Amusement parks are really fun places where people can ride roller coasters if everything runs smoothly and the equipment is in good shape. It’s sad to say that a terrible thing happened in Melbourne recently. A woman named Shylah Rodden, who was 26 then, was killed in a Rollercoaster accident in September. Now, she’s going to court on theft charges, which is a new development in her case.
She is still fighting for her life in the royal Melbourne hospital. On September 24, at the royal Melbourne show, she was thrown into the air at about 70 km/h. Some more people had been hurt, and the case was filed on Wednesday. It was a very sad accident, and now her lawyers handle the case. She can’t talk to her friends and family because of this. In November, her health was stable, but after that, it got worse, and she had trouble eating.
We hope that she will get better and be able to leave the hospital soon. After a fast-paced trip, she returned with broken bones and brain damage. She couldn’t walk alone and couldn’t even answer the phone. Family members were furious and took action against the management immediately. The video is also on the news, and it is horrifying. In the evening, the thing that happened. The family also set up a Go Fund Me page with a goal of $20,000 in donations.
It’s OK with the authorities, but it’s not clear what steps they will take now or if she will get justice or become a victim of this incident, and no one will talk about her. The police are not asking the amusement park management questions about how they inspect and keep their lines safe, which is very sad. It looks like the investigation is over, and they don’t want to go any further.
But the people were very kind and gave an extra $3,000. The money will help her get better and pay for her hospital bills. After that terrible accident, she can barely open or close her eyes. She thought she was safe with their friends on the roller coaster, but no one ever thought she would be in such a terrible situation.