Two men were apparently electrocuted in a pond at an amusement park Sunday, and a woman fell to her death from a ride.
Three people apparently suffered an electrical shock near the German beer garden area of Kings Island amusement park, said spokeswoman Jennifer Ruef.William Haithcoat, 20, of Cincinnati, and Darrell Robertson, 20, of Hamilton, were killed, and Timothy Benning, 22, was hospitalized in fair condition, officials said. Robertson worked at the park.
Park spokesman Steve Edwards said officials weren't sure of the source of the electricity.
In a separate accident, a woman was killed Sunday night in a fall from the Flight Commander ride, Ruef said.
Killed was Candy Taylor, 32, of Toledo, said Nursing Supervisor Connie Donaldson at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton.
- 2 homes, 3 other buildings damaged in...
- Author, activist speaks at Theodore Roosevelt...
- Why Pioneer Day is so important to Utahns
- Too many boaters not stopping for quagga...
- Jordan board calls for special bond election...
- 7 habits of mentally strong people
- Audit: Ex-employee embezzled $67K from Utah...
- Alpine Days set for Aug. 5-13
- Utah delegates finally stand and cheer... 93
- Utah GOP delegates finally fired up... 74
- The day after: Lee defends Cruz at GOP... 31
- Should mountain biking be allowed in... 28
- Local government board fostered... 16
- 2 charged in attack on gay men;... 16
- Utah Democrats headed to 'historic'... 15
- Can police-community relations be... 14