10-year-old girl airlifted to hospital after incident at Six Flags Magic Mountain

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Update – According to Los Angeles County Coroner’s office, the girl died from “an underlying medical condition” and that she was not injured by the roller coaster.  The exact details of her pre-existing medical condition were not released due to “religious preferences,” therefore no autopsy will be performed.

The “Jasmine Martinez Memorial Fund” was also established on GiveForward.com to help with “medical, funeral, and counseling costs for the family.”

Update – The girl, identified as Jasmine Martinez, from Somis, died on Saturday from the incident at Six Flags Magic Mountain. The coroner’s office has confirmed. No word on what lead to the girl passing away. We will keep you posted.

A 10-year-old girl was airlifed to Northridge Hospital after being found breathing but unconscious after returning from a ride on the Revolution roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain.

The incident happened around 4 p.m. at the park and paramedics were immediately called to the scene.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the guest and her family,” Six Flags released in a statement.

The hospital has not released an update on her condition.  We will keep you posted if we hear more.

via LA Times

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