Six Flags Denies Fault in Texas Roller Coaster Death

Family of Rosa Esparza has filed a wrongful death lawsuit accusing amusement park of negligence.
0:34 | 10/08/13

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Denying fault Six Flags over Texas. Says it is not responsible for the death of a woman who fell from one of its roller coasters the victim's family sued the amusement park claiming enough functioning safety -- -- Caused 52 year old rose sparks to fall from this seventy foot tall Texas giant roller coaster. Six -- says in -- -- park shouldn't be held liable. They say that two and half million riders rode the coaster without any incident and there was no Salt -- alt. Texas giant roller coaster reopened last month with new restraint -- our patents and seat --

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