Perth’s Fatal Attraction Cast has a long and colourful history, but this is the first time it has ever been featured in the media.
Read more In November 2019, a Perth woman died after falling into a waterfall while trying to get a selfie.
The woman, who was in her 30s, had been visiting the waterfall with her friends, when she fell and hit her head on the edge of the waterfall, causing her to bleed to death.
It was the first fatal attraction incident at the waterfall since the 1980s.
In July 2018, a man was taken to hospital after collapsing at the bottom of the slide at the Lake District Zoo, which is home to the popular giraffe-like animal.
At the time, the zoo said the man had fallen into the pool and that paramedics had to remove him from the water.
A few months later, in November 2018, an 18-year-old man was killed when a train carrying a large-scale installation of a 3D printed “Mummy” fell into a pool at the Perth International Airport.
“A few days later, a 17-year old girl was found in a pool, unresponsive, in the same building,” a spokesperson for the airport said at the time.
While the latest incident was in Perth, a similar incident at another amusement park in Sydney, was also reported.
As a result of the two incidents, a new safety code was implemented at the airport, requiring visitors to wear helmets and wearing appropriate face coverings when visiting the airport.
Meanwhile, a series of fatal accidents have happened at attractions in the last few years.
On January 6, 2018, two boys died in a slide at a Melbourne amusement park after being stuck in a hole in the slide for more than two hours.
They were aged seven and eight.
Two months later on January 11, 2018 a boy was killed and a woman was seriously injured when they were trapped in a giant slide at Perth International Park, when they fell into the water and were pushed into a conveyor belt.
Three months later the same park, which opened in 2005, had another accident involving two children.
There have also been fatal accidents at other amusement parks, such as the amusement park at Melbourne’s Docklands, where a 16-year.old boy died when he fell through a slide into a swimming pool on January 22.
An inquest into his death was held in November 2019 and a coroner recommended a maximum punishment of five years’ imprisonment for the man who died.
After a similar tragedy, in June 2019, two teenagers died when they plunged into a slide while trying a stunt at a park in New South Wales.
Fourteen-year olds were also seriously injured in an accident involving a roller coaster in Melbourne, which involved a girl and her friend falling from the ride, causing serious injuries.
Last year, in a separate accident at a popular amusement park, a 14-year.-old girl died after plunging into a river.
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