the farming and Consumer Services published its quarterly report and report from January to March 2022.
The report details injuries to the , Orlando seaside resort, and Orlando Station. The term “injuries” can be used to describe things like broken bones, illness, chest pain, seizures, heart attacks, and other scenarios. Some of the “injuries” listed in the report are not actually injuries, but rather events that happened on resort property resulting from an underlying condition, such as a chronic heart condition.
Only injuries sustained on resort property that resulted in hospitalization for more than 24 hours are included in the department’s report. Injuries to guests at resorts that did not require such hospitalization — even though the injuries warranted the need for emergency response — are not included in the report.
Legoland Florida and had no injuries to report in the first quarter of 2022.
The list of injuries reported to the in January, February, and March 2022, note multiple types of injuries, including “stroke-like” symptoms, loss of consciousness, falls, fractures, and a “cardiac event.”
During the first quarter of 2022, the ‘s Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover in February, and a 43-year-old woman passed out after disembarking from the vehicle at the Rock n’ attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in March. reported two occurrences in which a guest lost consciousness while on rides. A 72-year-old woman lost consciousness on
At the end of March, a 63-year-old woman lost her balance as she dismounted from a horse on Prince Charming Regal Carousel at , resulting in a hip fracture. A 74-year-old woman injured her hip while stepping off the carousel in February.
Five of the twelve injuries reported to the were described in the report as “stroke-like” symptoms, “chest pain” and a “cardiac event,” three of which occurred at EPCOT in the Land Pavilion in Soarin’, making the attraction with the greatest number of incidences for the in the first trimester report Go around the world at EPCOT.
. reported a on his brand new Ice Breaker coaster during the Overview of the pass holder. Another took place on a at the Aquatic
Orlando The resort only reported one for each month of the quarter. Two of these injuries occurred at the Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey attraction. One involved motion sickness, while the other involved hip pain. The third was reported to Kang & Kodos’ Twirl ‘n’ Hurl and was attributed to a pre-existing condition.
the report published by the agriculture and consumer services include personal injury with over 1,000 employees. Self-declaration allows those to avoid state inspections of their attractions. The State of Florida requires operators to complete a report at the time of but there is no method for the agency to receive updates on a guest’s status once the report is made.
Some say this process results in reports that are largely vague and don’t include specific details about the full extent of the injuries, meaning those injuries could be more serious than the report suggests. according to .
the death of a 14-year-old boy on March 28 in drop tower attraction at Orlando does not appear on the department’s quarterly report because is one of which employs fewer than 1,000 people. Because of this, must yield to semi-annual state inspections of its attractions.
The young man died after falling from his seat on the , a height of hundreds of feet above the ground. The attraction opened in December 2021 and had passed its state inspection just before opening to the public. An initial investigative report released this week revealed that the sensors manually set by the operator on which made the attraction dangerous for riders.