Must have an arm, hand, leg, and foot to ride at Six Flags.New Rules at Six Flags Great America on who can ride and who can't
From Anthony MurphyWhen I was at Six Flags Great America yesterday, I noticed that there are new safety rules that were "stickered" up on the safety boards for each ride that guests must have at least one arm with a bendable elbow and three full fingers and at least one leg with a foot.
Posted July 21, 2013 at 8:00 PM
Has anybody else seen this at your local Six Flags park and why the change? It also was on a majority of the rides (roller coaster and not)
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From Andrew DoughertySafety first. In my opinion it isn't a bad idea.
Posted July 22, 2013 at 2:20 PM
From Tia CarlyI'm not suprised they are taking more precautions. Six flags chain can not stand any more deaths at the moment.
Posted July 22, 2013 at 4:24 PM
I swear. If they don't hire more responsible people, I'm going to give up on Six Flags.
From Anthony MurphyI think this was prior to the accidents over the weekend.
Posted July 22, 2013 at 6:18 PM
I'm just curious on the change.
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