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Child Dies After Riding Disney's `Mission: Space'

June 14 (Bloomberg) -- A four-year-old boy died yesterday after riding the ``Mission: Space'' attraction at Walt Disney World resort in Florida, a ride that simulates a rocket launch.

Daudi Bamuwamye was carried off the Epcot park ride by his mother after he fell unconscious at about 3:30 p.m., Orange County Sheriff spokeswoman Crystal Candy said. Paramedics failed to revive the boy and he was pronounced dead at Florida Celebration Hospital at 5 p.m., she said.

``Mission: Space,'' which reopened today after an inspection, is designed for ``thrill-loving guests'' who can endure a ``highly turbulent'' ride, meet height rules and don't suffer from motion sickness, high blood pressure or heart conditions, Walt Disney Co. said on its Web site.

``It's a mystery as to what happened,'' Candy said. The cause of death wasn't immediately available, she said.

The height requirement for the ride is 44 inches (113 centimeters) or taller. Daudi was 46 inches tall, and the family said he didn't have any medical problems, according to Candy. There is no age restriction on the ride, she said.

``We are saddened by this highly unusual event,'' Disney said in an e-mailed statement today. ``Our first concern is for the family and we are doing everything we can to help them during this difficult time.''

Disney, based in Burbank, California, confirmed only some of the details. Emergency services were called at about 3:30 p.m. to the ride to attend to the unresponsive child, Disney said. The child was taken to a hospital, Disney said.

The Orange County Sheriff's Office conducted an investigation and engineers performed an inspection to determine the ride was operating normally, Disney said. Disney spokeswoman Jacquee Polak declined to comment beyond the statement.

37 Accidents

Daudi, who traveled with his family from Sellersville, Pennsylvania, was on the ride with his mother, Agnes, 40, and his sister, Ruth, 8. During the ride, Agnes saw the boy was unconscious and ``rigid,'' Candy said. ``She had to pick him up and carry him off the ride'' to a bench, Candy said.

A Disney employee tried to revive him, Candy said. Reedy Creek Emergency Services, which has paramedics on duty at the park, also responded, she said.

Disney, the second-largest media company, spent at least $100 million building the ride, according to analysts' estimates.

There were 37 ride-related accidents at Walt Disney World where someone was taken to a hospital since October 2001, when Disney started reporting them to the Florida Bureau of Fair Rides Inspection, said Allan Harrison, a bureau operations manager.

Of those, seven occurred as a result of a ride on ``Mission: Space,'' which opened in 2003, Harrison said. Those included nausea, chest pains and fainting, Harrison said. The victims were all at least 40 years old.

Two ride-related deaths have occurred at the park since 2001, before yesterday, Harrison said.

Lawsuits, Regulation

Previous deaths at Disney amusement parks have led to calls for greater regulation of attractions. The California Supreme Court in April heard arguments in a case from the family of a 23- year-old woman who died after riding on the Indiana Jones Adventure at the company's Disneyland resort in Anaheim.

The suit seeks to have park rides subject to the same strict regulations as public transportation. Disney argued that under the higher standards a ride could always be safer and slower and that would cause the ride to ``lose its purpose.''

The California Supreme Court hasn't ruled on the case.

At Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, the company operates Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom theme parks.

Walt Disney World also features golf courses, restaurants and 20 hotels. The company also operates the Disneyland Resort Paris, Tokyo Disney Resort and in September opens Hong Kong Disneyland. California's Disneyland, the company's first park, opened in 1955.

To contact the reporters on this story:
Alex Armitage in Los Angeles at
Last Updated: June 14, 2005 15:42 EDT


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