Are visitors ignoring thrill ride medical warnings?
Written by Erik Yates
A 52-year-old man collapsed after riding Gwazi at Busch Gardens Africa, then died two hours later.Tweet
It is yet another death in what's seeming to be a trend of "pre-existing" conditions. According to a local TV telecast, the ride was shut down pending an investigation, but it sounds pretty much the same as everything else. Are people just ignoring the warnings? Could this be a case of brutal Florida summers taking its toll on hapless theme park goers?
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