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Sabrina Gordon Dies in County Fair Accident in San Bernardino, California

SAN BERNARDINO, CA — Local Police have named Sabrina Gordon as the fair goer that died in an accident with a new attraction at the County Fair in San Bernardino, California on Thursday, May 28th, 2015. News reports out of the greater Los Angeles area said that the accident took place at about 8:00 Thursday evening.

31-year-old Sabrina Gordon was killed when she fell from a platform on the FreeDrop USA. Authorities said that the attraction allowed guest to jump from a platform 36 feet in the air. Gordon is believed to have fallen from the platform and landed on her side.

Gordon was flown by EMS personnel to a nearby hospital where she was pronounced dead shorty after the accident.

The investigation into the accident is being handled by multiple agencies, who expect to release the findings of their investigation at a later date.

Scene of the Accident

View of the Road


Several reports I’ve studied concerning this accident implied that the ride was a new attraction, which makes me wonder if it had gone through all the proper testing and certifications required to operate. We just saw one case where people were seriously hurt at a local carnival/fair where the permit to operate didn’t start until the day after the accident happened, which means, the place was operating without the proper license. Has anybody checked to see if this was a similar situation? Had all the employees of the fair been properly trained on what to do if something went wrong? There are so many questions left unanswered by the news report, it leads me to believe that nobody has asked the right ones. This is one situation that really needs a lot of care and detective work to get loved ones the answers they deserve at a time like this.

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