The man who died when a ride tore apart in the air at Ohio State Fair has been identified as an 18-year-old Marine from Columbus.
Jarrell was going into his senior year at Franklin Heights High School.
"We are now gathering information on the accident and investigating the cause and circumstances", the company said in a statement yesterday.
"We have someone on site, at least one person at all times". "I had to tell her he was the one who was deceased". His girlfriend was among the seriously injured.
Barry Schaible, an inspector with a company hired by the California State Fair, told KCRA-TV in Sacramento, "We shut down the ride immediately, unloaded it and it's closed right now". Keziah Lewis, a University of Cincinnati student, doesn't remember the accident and has pelvis, ankle and rib injuries, Clarissa Williams said.
According to Amusements of America, the company providing rides to the Ohio State Fair this year, "The Fire Ball" "combines swinging and spinning action all in one ride!"
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Paul Pride said a trooper reported the incident at around 7:24 p.m.at the Ohio State Fair, which began Wednesday. "I got ran over trying to get out of the way". It said Fire Ball had been checked by its staff and independent inspectors before the fair opened.
"I can not believe an owner would put a ride out there for the public that they think has the potential to cause an accident cause that's not good for them or their business in general" said Boden.
The ride's manufacturer, KMG, said the one at the OH fair was built in 1998 in the Netherlands.
State Fair officials say out of respect for the families affected by the tragedy, as well as the pending investigation into why the accident occurred, Wisconsin State Fair Park officials have made the decision to not have the Freak Out at the 2017 Wisconsin State Fair.
Fairs and fireman's carnivals across the state have kicked off the summer season.