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  • fimtinnegan fimtinnegan Jun 4, 2008 10:14 AM Flag

    42 minutes, 30% avg vol, at 34

    Traded 30% of average volume in 42 minutes and hit 34 ... something's up.

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    • This is a summary of notable incidents that have taken place at various Disney-owned theme parks, amusement parks, or water parks. This list is not intended to be a comprehensive list of every such event, but only those that have a significant impact on the parks or park operations, or are otherwise significantly newsworthy.

      The term incidents refers to major accidents, injuries, deaths, or significant crimes that occur at a Disney park. While these incidents were required to be reported to regulatory authorities for investigation, attraction-related incidents usually fall into one of the following categories:

      Caused by negligence on the part of the guest. This can be refusal to follow specific ride safety instructions, or deliberate intent to break park rules.
      The result of a guest's known or unknown health issues.
      Negligence on the part of the park, either by ride operator or maintenance.
      Act of God or a generic accident (e.g. slipping and falling), that is not a direct result of an action on anybody's part.
      According to a 1985 Time magazine article, fewer than 100 lawsuits are filed against Disney each year for various incidents.[1]

      [edit] Disneyland Resort Paris
      Main article: Disneyland Resort Paris

      [edit] Walt Disney Studios Park

      [edit] Rock 'n' Roller Coaster
      On June 26, 2007, an unnamed 14-year-old girl lost consciousness on Rock 'n' Roller Coaster. Paramedics attempted to revive her, but she died before the ambulance arrived. A ride inspection showed no mechanical problems.[2]

      [edit] Disneyland Resort
      Main article: Disneyland Resort
      As of December 2006, twelve guests and one employee have died inside the parks. A greater number of guests have been injured. While the California Department of Safety and Health (CDSH) has ruled that some incidents are Disney's fault, the majority of incidents were due to negligence on the guests' part.

    • someone has pressed the buy button

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