A shocking twist on the horror roller coaster crash reveals that the victims were involved in three freak accidents before the tragedy.
Shira Rodden was hit by a vehicle when she was Suspicion of trying to retrieve a dropped mobile phone last Sunday.
A 26-year-old boy was dragged 30 feet and thrown into the air by Melbourne’s level coaster. Australiain front of a shocked visitor.
She has multiple serious injuries, including multiple broken bones, and is in a coma in intensive care.
Today it was revealed that the unfortunate Australian was involved in a serious car accident in February 2019 and flipped his car after being hit by a truck in January 2021.
Schiller suffered his fourth freak accident last Sunday at the Melbourne Royal Show when he was run over by a level coaster ride.
Aki Mounir, the family’s attorney, said Schiller’s parents are considering whether to sue the show and its operators for negligence.
Schiller was working at a friend’s stall on the show the day he was injured.
She and her buddy were on a break when they decided to go on some rides.
Police believe she dropped her cell phone while riding the Rebel roller coaster and was found to have walked back down the railroad tracks to retrieve it.
Schiller’s father Alan Rodden daily mail australia that his daughter suffered a life-altering injury;
“Obviously I can’t talk to my daughter. She will be in a coma for quite some time,” he said.
“The injuries are terrible. I don’t understand why they were taken.
“Even the doctor said he hadn’t seen anything this bad in a long time.”
Police said the roller coaster was going 43 miles an hour when it hit her.
In 2021, Cilla had to learn how to walk again after being involved in a devastating crash in January.
Her car overturned after being rammed by a truck and a passenger car.
She was not wearing a seatbelt and was thrown out of the car onto the road.
And two months before the horrific accident, she was hit hard by the death of her beloved brother Jason.
“My father sat me down and told me my brother had died,” she wrote weeks before the accident.
“He wasn’t just a big brother, he was my best friend, my everything, someone I looked up to and an inspiration to.”
her family called melbourne royal show It is “shameful” to resume riding two days after the accident.
Her distraught father suggested that the claim that his daughter was solely responsible for the tragedy may be evidence of a “cover-up.”
He told the Daily Mail Australia:
“The safety and well-being of our show visitors remains our top priority,” said Katie Scanlan, the show’s spokeswoman, in a statement.
“Strict safety protocols are maintained in line with Victorian WorkSafe regulations.
“All vehicles on site have undergone rigorous compliance inspections and have passed all required safety documents.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/19978092/shock-twist-rollercoaster-crash-three-freak-accidents/ Shock Twist in Horror Rollercoaster Crash as Victim, 26, ‘had been in three freak accidents before tragedy’