Arlington-based amusement park Six Flags Over Texas recently claimed it was not responsible for the death of 52-year-old Dallas resident Rosa Esparza.
Esperza fell from the 14-story Texas Giant roller coaster on July 19 2013. Her family filed a wrongful death lawsuit in October in Tarrant County District Court.
Six Flags said an investigation found the ride had no technical effects; the company, though, installed seat belts and modified the ride’s restraining bar pads after the incident.
The Texas Giant started taking in guests in 1990 but was closed in 2009 to undergo a $10-million renovation, reopening in April 2011.
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