Accidents Involving Injury at The Orbit
Official U.S. federal and state data on theme park accidents is almost nonexistent. That's why Theme Park Insider users are creating this visitor-maintained database of theme park accidents--to give public at least some information about attraction safety records.
Do you know of, or have been part of, an accident involving injury at The Orbit? Report it to Theme Park Insider.
(If you are looking for general information about The Orbit, please visit Theme Park Insider's reader reviews for The Orbit.)
Verified Incidents(Even though these incidents have been verified, individual reports might contain the opinion of the persons submitting them.)
8/2/2007 - Submitted by robert on 8/3/2007
A 34-year-old woman and three children, two age 10 and one age 8, were hospitalized with neck and back pain after they were jostled on the stop of this spinning flat ride. The ride was inspected and reopened after no operational problems were found.
Unverified ReportsNone reported
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