Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Roller coaster accident: Mom cries my whole household has been wiped out

Four people have died a horrible death after an accident on a ride in a park in Australia.

The cause of the accident on the 34 year old ride has been attributed to a malfunction on them. A circular ride flipped on the conveyor belt.

Among the four people that died in the  disaster on the Thunder River Rapids Ride in Queensland(Dreamworld theme park) were a brother and sister.

Their devastated mum said today: 'My family has been completely wiped out'.
The victims have been named as friends Kate Goodchild, Roozi Araghi, Luke Dorsett (Kate's brother) and an unnamed 42-year-old woman.

Ms Goodchild was a 32-year-old mum whose partner and young daughters are believed to have witnessed the tragedy and had to be consoled by emergency services.

Her Facebook page is filled with photos of her happy family.
The Australian Daily Telegraph reported that last night her devastated mother Kim Dorsett said: "My family have been completely wiped out.

“I have three children and two of them are now gone.
“My eight-month-old granddaughter is never going to know her mother and that truly breaks my heart.”

According to Authorities  they are continuing to notify relatives.
Earlier an eyewitness described the horror of the disaster at the popular Australian theme park.

Mirror gathered that the ride was closed in April this year due to a "serious incident" involving the conveyor belt "slipping", according to the Courier-Mail.
The 34-year-old ride was closed for the weekend for an inspection but then passed safe by inspectors to re-open.

It is the worst Australian theme park disaster since 1979 - and shocked Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said that the nation­’s prayers are with the families of the dead.



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