Fujikyu Highland: Two More People Injured
YAMANASHI – In the wake of a series of injuries on the roller coaster “Do-Dodompa” at Fujikyu Highland in Yamanashi Prefecture, the company announced that two more people who rode other attractions since last month have reported injuries.
Fujikyu Highland: Two More People Injured (JNN)
Fuji-Q Highland is now investigating the cause of the injuries, as neither of them reported any injuries on the day of their visit to the park, but were found out after a medical examination a few days later.
The two women are in their 20s and 40s.
The woman later complained of chest pain, and when she went to see a doctor, it was found that she had a broken bone.
On the other hand, a woman in her 40s rode the attraction in the middle of this month and was diagnosed with a compression fracture of her hip the next day.
She did not report the injury on the day of her visit to the park. Fujikyu Highland says it will investigate the causal relationship with the attraction.
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