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Roller coaster tragedy

Police officers inspect a roller coaster at E-World theme park in Daegu, Monday, on which a 24-year-old part-time worker lost his right leg in an accident, Friday. The employee's leg got caught in the moving vehicle, and police are looking into how exactly the accident happened and whether safety regulations were properly implemented at the site as well as the possibility of a mechanical failure. / Yonhap
Police officers inspect a roller coaster at E-World theme park in Daegu, Monday, on which a 24-year-old part-time worker lost his right leg in an accident, Friday. The employee's leg got caught in the moving vehicle, and police are looking into how exactly the accident happened and whether safety regulations were properly implemented at the site as well as the possibility of a mechanical failure. / Yonhap
Police officers inspect a roller coaster at E-World theme park in Daegu, Monday, on which a 24-year-old part-time worker lost his right leg in an accident, Friday. The employee's leg got caught in the moving vehicle, and police are looking into how exactly the accident happened and whether safety regulations were properly implemented at the site as well as the possibility of a mechanical failure. / Yonhap
Police officers inspect a roller coaster at E-World theme park in Daegu, Monday, on which a 24-year-old part-time worker lost his right leg in an accident, Friday. The employee's leg got caught in the moving vehicle, and police are looking into how exactly the accident happened and whether safety regulations were properly implemented at the site as well as the possibility of a mechanical failure. / Yonhap


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