one lawsuit filed by a Guatemalan family against Universal Orlando Resort accuses the famous theme park that causes irreparable damagebecause Father José Calderón Arana, 38, died after driving a "Skull Island: Reign of Kong" attraction. extremely surprising. They claim it The park was negligent, since Arana couldn't speak English and couldn't hear the warnings in that language
By: Miami Daily Newspaper
The Arana family presented this month a lawsuit for scary death against Universal, the company accuses of negligence not to show warning signs in Spanish.
"Universal was aware of the large number of tourists in their facilities who do not speak English," the lawsuit filed this month in a state law in Orlando says..
Park spokesman Tom Schroder said in an email that the theme park did not comment on pending bids. The official website of Universal Orlando Resort has translations into Spanish and Portuguese.
Skull Island had been opened six months ago when Calderón Arana died in 2016. The attraction uses animatronics and 3D screens to recreate an expedition through an island full of carnivorous creatures inspired by recent versions of King Kong films.
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A sign at the entrance says in English, "Warning! This attraction is an expedition through the lush terrain of King Kong's natural habitat. The movement of the truck is dynamic with sudden accelerations, sharp declines and sudden movements. "Warns that people with heart or pressure, back or neck problems, as well as pregnant women, should not climb. In addition to English, each situation is accompanied by a drawing.
Calderón Arana, who ran a large farming operation owned by the family, did not feel good after going on a walk, and the wife believed it was an upset stomach, according to the lawsuit.
With information from Yahoo News
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