Our Facebook Fanspage

Six Flags Rosa Esparza

Posted by: | Wed, 18 Mar 2015 09:39:12 GMT | View Comments

Physics Buzz: Photos from Six Flags Physics Day

Six flags sues german coaster manufacturer over deadly 'texas giant' accident, I guess if you can't beat 'em, join 'em — six flags over texas has joined the family of rosa esparza, the woman who fell to her death from the texas giant coaster last year, in a liability suit against gerstlauer amusement rides, the german manufacturer.

Six flags blames roller coaster company for fatal texas giant accident, Rosa esparza, a 52-year-old grandmother, died instantly when she fell from the roller coaster. her family is suing six flags and gerstlauer amusement rides, the german firm that made the roller coaster trains. arnd von waldow, an attorney representing.

Six flags, ridemaker battle over liability in woman’s death on texas giant, Nearly a year after a dallas woman fell to her death from the texas giant roller coaster at six flags over texas in arlington, the legal battle over liability in the accident is far from over. rosa esparza’s family wants to find out why the 52-year-old.

Related Headline News and Top Stories

Texas Giant train designer blaming Six Flags for fatal accident

Jennifer Hudson David Otunga
Posted by | Date: Thu, 06 Mar 2014 12:23:00 GMT | View Comments

Texas giant train designer blaming six flags for fatal accident - The family of rosa esparza is suing six flags and gerstlauer in tarrant county over her death. she fell from the texas giant in july and died instantly. six flags had previous filed a cross-claim in court blaming the accident on gerstlauer. that february.

Visit source Texas Giant train designer blaming Six Flags for fatal accident

Six Flags Sues German Coaster Manufacturer Over Deadly 'Texas Giant' Accident

Jennifer Hudson David Otunga
Posted by | Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2014 13:26:00 GMT | View Comments

Six flags sues german coaster manufacturer over deadly 'texas giant' accident - I guess if you can't beat 'em, join 'em — six flags over texas has joined the family of rosa esparza, the woman who fell to her death from the texas giant coaster last year, in a liability suit against gerstlauer amusement rides, the german manufacturer.

Visit source Six Flags Sues German Coaster Manufacturer Over Deadly 'Texas Giant' Accident

Six Flags blames roller coaster company for fatal Texas Giant accident

Jennifer Hudson David Otunga
Posted by | Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2014 19:34:00 GMT | View Comments

Six flags blames roller coaster company for fatal texas giant accident - Rosa esparza, a 52-year-old grandmother, died instantly when she fell from the roller coaster. her family is suing six flags and gerstlauer amusement rides, the german firm that made the roller coaster trains. arnd von waldow, an attorney representing.

Visit source Six Flags blames roller coaster company for fatal Texas Giant accident

Six Flags, ridemaker battle over liability in woman’s death on Texas Giant

Rides at Six Flags
Posted by | Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2014 15:59:00 GMT | View Comments

Six flags, ridemaker battle over liability in woman’s death on texas giant - Nearly a year after a dallas woman fell to her death from the texas giant roller coaster at six flags over texas in arlington, the legal battle over liability in the accident is far from over. rosa esparza’s family wants to find out why the 52-year-old.

Visit source Six Flags, ridemaker battle over liability in woman’s death on Texas Giant

Six Flags responds to fatal accident: We don't design or build rides

Rides at Six Flags
Posted by | Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2013 02:25:00 GMT | View Comments

Six flags responds to fatal accident: we don't design or build rides - On sept. 10, representatives of the estate of rosa esparza filed suit against six flags entertainment corp. in tarrant county's 342nd state district court, seeking at least $1 million in damages. as a result of six flags' negligence, the family's suit.

Visit source Six Flags responds to fatal accident: We don't design or build rides

Rollercoaster Reopening at Six Flags After Woman's Death Is Immoral, Unethical

Rides at Six Flags
Posted by | Date: Thu, 12 Sep 2013 06:00:00 GMT | View Comments

Rollercoaster reopening at six flags after woman's death is immoral, unethical - Rosa esparza fell out of the texas giant roller coaster while visiting with her family. employees had not properly fastened her in her seat. inquisitr reports that the six flags amusement park ride is now equipped with new seat belts and restraint bar pads.

Visit source Rollercoaster Reopening at Six Flags After Woman's Death Is Immoral, Unethical

Six Flags Conducts Internal Investigation Into Texas Giant Tragedy

Rides at Six Flags
Posted by | Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2013 11:40:00 GMT | View Comments

Six flags conducts internal investigation into texas giant tragedy - Arlington police and fire departments reviewed the incident, ruled out foul play, then directed questions to six flags over texas examiner’s office officially identified the victim as rosa esparza. her family asked for privacy and is search for.

Visit source Six Flags Conducts Internal Investigation Into Texas Giant Tragedy

Recomended News to Read

Europe Shares Mixed After PMI Data

Europe Shares Mixed After PMI Data

The FTSEurofirst 300 Index was higher as euro zone unemployment data for May came in better than expected at 12.1 percent, despite the figure hitting a record high. Previous unemployment data was also revised downwards. Inflation data for the seventeen countries that share the single currency rose slightly to 1.6 percent for June, above May’s […]

Continue Reading

Pomp, Little Action Expected at UN Climate Summit

Pomp, Little Action Expected at UN Climate Summit

USDAILY – New York City will be full of planet-saving pomp this coming week, but short on action to rescue the world. More than 120 world leaders convene Tuesday for a U.N. summit aimed at galvanizing political will for a new global climate treaty by the end of 2015. Environmentalists will take to the streets […]

Continue Reading

Follow us
You might also likeclose