Compensation could be sought after an accident in a public place resulted in a woman and her granddaughter sustaining serious injuries.
The unnamed 58-year-old and her four-year-old relative had to be airlifted to hospital after they both suffered severe leg injuries when they were flipped out of the Jungle River log flume ride at the Bayside Amusement Park in Yorkshire on Sunday (August 28th).
It is as yet unknown exactly what caused this incident, but it is widely believed the attraction stuck because it contained insufficient water.
As a result, the woman was taken for treatment at the Hull Royal Infirmary - an institution managed by the Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust - and her granddaughter attended Scarborough Hospital.
Councillor Cyril Marsburg, mayor of Bridlington, told the Yorkshire Post: "People were horrified when they saw what was going on. I'm quite surprised there were no safety belts on the ride."
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Posted by Chris Stevenson