No Charges To Be Filed in Ohio State Fair Ride Accident

September 01, 2017 10:59
No Charges To Be Filed in Ohio State Fair Ride Accident

An 18 years old High School Student, Tyler Jarrell, died on the mid way, while his girl friend 19 yrs old Keziah Lewis was critically injured on the opening day of fair i.e., on July 26. six other people were also injured.

A four passenger carriage on the swinging and spinning Fire Ball ride broke apart, Video taken by a bystander of the ride showed that Jarrell and Lewis plunged on to the ground while two other riders were strapped in their seats.

Investigators in the report released on Thursday didn’t draw any conclusions why or when the ride went rusting away or how it went unnoticed. No charges will be brought in this case.

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, After Investigating the case troopers presented their findings to Franklin Country Prosecutor Ron O’Brein.

O’Brien concluded that there wasn’t enough evidence to proceed with a criminal case. However, The Fire ball ride will remain securely stored at the Ohio State Fair and Exposition Center until it is released to Amusements of America.

Troopers said they have interviewed more than 80 witnesses during the investigation including the ones on ride at the time of incident. Troopers and third party experts completed non-destructive inspections of the ride, which include measurements, mapping, scanning etc.

By A.s

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