The Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City (FGJ-CDMX) announced that the 18-year-old who crashed on November 14 at the amusement park facilities Six Flags he is still alive and “evolves favorably”, and for this reason, the unit integrates the investigation folder for the crime of culpable injuries from other causes.
The above, after receiving the medical-legal notification from a hospital located in the mayor’s office Magdalena Contreras, in which the entry of a 18 year old old, who suffered head injuries after tackling a mechanical game. After that, immediately, the social representative of the Prosecutor’s office of Territorial Investigation in Magdalena Contreras informed agents of the Investigative Police (PDI) in order to carry out an inspection at the site, collect testimonies from witnesses and collect both public and private videos that could have recorded the moment of the events.
In addition, he gave a visit to the personnel of the General Coordination of Forensic Investigation and Expert Services in matters of criminology, forensic photography, as well as forensic mechanics, in the subspecialty of industrial security, in order to carry out the corresponding opinions.
Six Flags closes game mechanic
The amusement park announced on its Twitter account that the injured young man in the mechanical game “rotating drums” it is in stable condition.
However, after a thorough inspection and having confirmed that the game works safely, the incident remains under investigation, so the attraction will remain closed until further notice.
— Six Flags Mexico (@SixFlagsMexico) November 17, 2020