Disturbing New Info Emerges On Death of 14-Year-Old Killed On FL Amusement Park Ride 

Disturbing New Info Emerges On Death of 14-Year-Old Killed On FL Amusement Park Ride 

His name was Tyre Samson, and he was only 14-years-old.


He was a big kid, weighing over 300 pounds, and had high hopes for his football career.

Sadly, his life ended when he got on a ride at a Florida amusement park, fell off, and died.

The most horrifying part is that this poor baby’s death was captured on video, and it went “viral” all over the internet.

That’s how his poor father discovered his son had died. He saw the video online.

So macabre. 

I can’t imagine the horror and pain that poor man must be going through, especially watching his son’s death online like that.

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Now, there’s new disturbing information on Tyre’s death.

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A new report claims that Tyre’s seat was still in the locked position when the ride ended.

So, he had somehow fallen out, even though the seat was still “locked?”

That makes no sense…

The New York Post reported that the seat of a Missouri teen who died after falling from a Florida amusement park ride was still locked after the ride came to a stop, authorities said.

Tyre Samson, 14, perished after he somehow slipped out of his seat on the 430-foot FreeFall ride during its 75-mph descent and plunged to the ground at ICON park, according to an accident report obtained by CNN.

“Harness was still in a down and locked position when the ride stopped,” the Fair Rides division of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services stated, citing accounts from three park employees.


But Samson’s family — represented by attorney Benjamin Crump — are still asking if the teen, who weighed well over 300 pounds, should ever have been allowed on the ride in the first place.

“Be careful when seeing if large guests fit into the seats,” a manual for the attraction states. “Check that they fit within the contours of the seat and the bracket fits properly. If this is not so — Do not let this person ride.”

How can this be? How can this boy have fallen out of the seat, while the seat remained locked?

Well, I went in search of some answers, and I don’t know if what I found is the “answer” but it’s curious.

And just FYI, under no circumstances will I show any video or image of that young boy falling to his death or laying on the ground. 

If you look at this video of Tyre seated on the ride before it takes off, you will see there is a HUGE gap between the ride-harness and his shoulder.


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This makes me wonder, if the velocity from the ride and that huge gap, created enough “gravity pull” to open up, allowing him to slip out, and then slammed shut again after he was ejected from his seat and that’s why it appears it was “locked” the entire time?


It’s just so horrific to even think about, but someone needs to be held responsible for this.

He was just 14-years-old, and clearly, should not have been on that ride in the first place.


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