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Coney Island fun threatens a woman with "serious and permanent injury." What's she gonna do? Sue, baby, sue!

The Cyclone roller-coaster has been a Coney Island landmark since the 1920s. Wikipedia photo by Mttbme

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

An upstate woman is suing the operator of the famed Coney Island Cyclone rollercoaster, saying she was injured when it went out of control and sped downward too fast, according to DNAInfo.com.

The woman, Mirit Rose Jaron, of East Greenbush, is suing Central Amusements International, which also operates Luna Park, and the city, which owns the ride, saying they allowed the coaster to run down its tracks at "a dangerous, excessive and unsafe rate of speed."

Jaron says she was injured on Sept. 17, 2011, according to DNAInfo.com. The suit describes her unnamed injures as “serious and permanent."

December 12, 2012 - 10:54am


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