A motion filed in the suit against the Six Flags Over Texas theme park on behalf of the family of Rosa Esparza alleges that the employee in charge of checking Esparza’s restraints had been working at the park for less than a week, according to WFAA News. The family’s attorneys also reported that the experienced panel operator had concern about the restraints, violating the park’s “if-in-doubt” policy, which obligates employees to stop the ride from continuing on if they have any doubt. The motion also claims Six Flags has since promoted the inexperienced staff member and has dodged multiple disposition requests. Six Flags did not give a comment to the news source.

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