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Maryland State Fair Swing Ride – 9 Year Old Child Injured

By Benjamin Klopman, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network


Child injured on Maryland State Fair swing ride. A 9 year old boy was injured at the state fair in Timonium, Maryland when he decided to exit the ride while it was still in motion. According to officials this Incident was the most serious injury at the fair this year. The injured child was taken to Johns Hopkins Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. The severity of the child’s injuries is unknown.

Millions of people attend state fairs every year. While at the fair, theme park, or amusement park, it is important to keep a watchful eye on your children. As a parent, you should always check regulations regarding age and height requirements for all rides. It the the job of the Maryland Department of Labor to inspect the safety of all the rides at the Maryland State Fair. For more information see, Maryland Sate Fair Swing Ride- 9 Year Old Child Injured.

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