I know this has been discussed before, but I decided to get this off my chest. I've had really bad luck when it comes to these deaths. I was at the park back in 1983 when the 17 year old boy fell in the elevator shaft and I was working at the park in 1991 when the three people died. I remember sitting in the Festhaus when I heard screaming. I ran out to the pond only to see Darrel and two other men laying unconscious in the pond. I remember running to the nearest phone and calling. After that, my boss told me that I could leave, but I wanted to stay for the rest of my shift. So he told me to head over to The Vortex. I stayed there until 9:30, until I was asked to go help out at Flight Commander. I got there around 9:42-ish. Right when I got into the station that's when the worst happened. Ms. Taylor had slipped out of her restraints and fell 60 feet. I was already stressed out enough and that made it worse. I haven't forgotten that day but me and the three others who were at the ride and the crowd that saw it, were offered free counseling. I thought I was going to be scarred for life, but I ended up getting over it a couple months later. So I've had really bad luck, but also Kings Island is lucky that none of these people were pronounced dead at the park.