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Volcano + Raccoon=not pretty

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well, that's an image I won't soon get out of my head... I was warned though! :P

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I'm curious how it even got into the wheel assembly... was it climbing on the track in the brake run and then it moved unexpectedly?

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Gnarly. I couldn't look at it very closely without getting sick to my stomach.

I can't even imagine being on the train involved. Hopefully it was a test run.

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Properly using seat restraints on animals prevent such things from happening.

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Let's see how many more jokes we can make about the poor raccoon...

 

No, really. Let's see.

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I thought we all agreed all loose items/pets were to be put in a locker or the provided lock box....

I always wondered where they got those raccoon tails for the prize wheels....

He obviously didn't follow the lockout procedure...

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Sad to see being that i use to have a pet raccoon. They're really sweet animals and act just like cats, even got along with our cats and dog. Oh yeah, she was litter box trained too.

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Now ya see, Intamins really are dangerous... I guarantee the fella would have just been just fine had he gotten stuck in a B&M wheel assembly.

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^^ Grandmother Willow told him...."sometimes the wrong path .... will simply flatten you out."

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It's noteworthy news, why not post it. It's gruesome, but thats the world. Weird stuff happens. If you are speaking about the picture, he put a warning.

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I'm thankful for the respectfulness of the warning, too. Someone else pasted it directly in a post to a Facebook group for coasters, and the image showed up, un-warned and unwanted, directly in my Facebook feed. Here, at least, I could read about it without having to see it.

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I'm thankful for the respectfulness of the warning, too. Someone else pasted it directly in a post to a Facebook group for coasters, and the image showed up, un-warned and unwanted, directly in my Facebook feed. Here, at least, I could read about it without having to see it.

I think people forget courtesy on Facebook. I'm not suggesting censorship, but common sense helps when you have a wide ranging group.

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