TWISTER


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The Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council in Magalang said the twister swept through the villages of San Pablo 2nd and Sta.
Witnesses said he fell between 12ft and 15ft from the Twister ride, with one visitor to the park saying they heard screaming before seeing a child on the floor.
A West Midland Safari Park spokeswoman said: "We will continue to operate Twister as normal and are satisfied with the processes we have in place from a customer and attraction safety perspective."
It adds: "The track is full of seriously tight turns, giving riders the impression that they might Savage not make it around the next corner, with the threat of plummeting into the treetops being a source of tension for parents (and amusement for the kids)!" Accompanied riders on the Twister must be at least four feet tall.
Mark Charnley, 46, was waiting to join the twister with daughter Megan, 10, when he saw yesterday's accident at Lightwater Valley Theme Park, near Ripon, Yorkshire.
The strongest twister was an EF2 that struck Elmore County with winds up to 120 mph.
He said: "I was a few miles away, near Broomhill, when I saw this twister. It was quite bizarre, like something out of one of those twister movies.
Owner Jerri Taylor said: "Twister has had a bit of run for the worse by getting laminitis in both front legs.
While it has not yet been confirmed if the event was actually a twister, a number of people on social media seem to believe so.
The GDN reported yesterday that Twister had sustained second degree burns after getting away and ending up on a pile of burning manure.
Earlier, he said, a four-member delegation headed by Faruque Ahmed went to Japan on August 24, 2017 and observed the effectiveness of the twister technology there.
John explains: "If you view the loom from behind then a left-handed twister would sit in between the old and new warps and work from right to left using his left hand to do the twisting while a righthanded twister would work from left to right using his right hand for twisting."