Safety information by device type

Amusement ride / Himalaya-type

The ride features a number of 3-passenger cars connected in a circle. These cars rotate on a track with alternating sloped and flat sections. Rotation is possible in both a backwards and forwards direction, as the ride is manually operated. The riders in each car are restrained by a single solid lap bar that is locked across the body of the car; making the ride unsuitable for young children or people of short stature. The bar must be manually locked or unlocked, and only locks in one position. Lights and music contribute heavily to the ride experience.

Statistical Summary of Reported Accidents

This device type accounts for 2.5% of amusement ride accident reports.

Record count:287
Records that include age of victim:234(82%)
Records where accident type could be determined:258(90%)
Records with identifiable tradename:287(100%)
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Includes the following tradenames and generic devices:

Source: Public records requested from state and federal regulatory agencies.
Regulated industry sectors, devices covered, and criteria for reporting accidents are different in every jurisdiction.
See the Industry-Regulatory Reports section for more information.