ORLANDO, Florida – A 69-year-old man was found unconscious last month at Roa’s Rapids, a water attraction at SeaWorld’s Aquatica Orlando Water Park, according to the state’s latest quarterly report.
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- State releases quarterly report listing theme park injuries and illnesses
- Major Florida Theme Parks themselves report incidents to the state
- The reported incidents are from Disney World, Universal Orlando, Aquatica and Busch Gardens
The report released by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services gave no further details about the man’s injury.
The report, which is released quarterly by the state agency, includes injuries and illnesses of visitors to major Florida theme parks that require at least 24-hour hospitalization. Parks self-report incidents to remain exempt from state inspections.
The latest report, released Friday, includes incidents from July to September.
At Disney World, a 70-year-old woman fell and hit her nose last month as she left Journey into Imagination with Figment at Epcot, according to the report.
Disney also reported two incidents to Animal Kingdom. In July, a 72-year-old man felt nauseous after riding Expedition Everest. In September, a 68-year-old woman felt dizzy after riding Flight of Passage.
Universal has reported two incidents at its Islands of Adventure park. The first happened on July 7 and involved a 7-year-old girl who suffered from back pain after riding Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorcycle Adventure. On July 8, a 47-year-old woman suffered an “ankle deformity” after experiencing the Dr. Seuss-themed If I Ran the Zoo playground.
Busch Gardens reported that a 36-year-old man had “leg numbness” after experiencing lazy river Rambling Bayou at his Adventure Island water park last month.
Legoland did not report any injuries or illnesses to the state in the past quarter.