Rehoboth Beach police issue update on Funland accident

Delaware State News
Posted 9/14/21

REHOBOTH BEACH — On Tuesday, Rehoboth Beach police said that, based on follow-up information, two females, ages 14 and 15, involved in an incident inside Funland on Sunday were not struck with debris but rather suffered injuries related to the environmental conditions created by a ride’s air tank failure.

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Rehoboth Beach police issue update on Funland accident

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REHOBOTH BEACH — On Tuesday, Rehoboth Beach police said that, based on follow-up information, two females, ages 14 and 15, involved in an incident inside Funland on Sunday were not struck with debris but rather suffered injuries related to the environmental conditions created by a ride’s air tank failure.

A 16-year-male suffered a serious head injury and remained hospitalized Tuesday, also as a result of conditions, including flying debris, created by the tank’s failure.

The incident occurred in the area of the SuperFlip 360 ride.