The inspectors who examined the Fireball ride at the Ohio State Fair hours before it broke apart, throwing one teen to his death and injuring seven others, will not face charges, Ohio officials said. The Ohio Department of Agriculture, which is charged with inspecting amusement rides at state fairs and carnivals, said the four inspectors who approved the Fireball ride as safe before it malfunctioned July 18 did not violate any codes, ABC News reported. “The Fireball and ride operator Amusements of America were in compliance with requirements of Ohio law at the time of inspection,” the Ohio Dept. of ... Read More
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