Six Flags Sued For Wrongful Death Over Texas Coaster Fall

Law360, Washington (September 11, 2013, 7:19 PM ET) -- The family of a woman who was killed in a July roller coaster accident slammed Six Flags Entertainment Corp. with a wrongful death lawsuit Tuesday in Texas court, alleging the company ignored safety issues with the Texas Giant coaster.

The family of Rosa Esparza — who fell to her death from the Texas Giant roller coaster July 19 at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington — claimed the amusement park giant knew the roller coaster had inadequate and unreliable safety restraints but refused to add safety...
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