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Fun Spot in Florida to review security procedures after Saturday shooting incident

IAAPA News Flash | Feb 23, 2015

Fun Spot in Orlando, Florida, said it would hold a meeting today to review security procedures after two guests were shot Saturday. The male suspect has been taken into custody while the two victims, a man and a teenage girl, are recovering in the hospital from non-life threatening injuries. Police are investigating the incident and say it may be gang-related. "Like many of our guests we are disturbed that anyone would resort to violence in any situation. We at Fun Spot America will promise our guests, we will always do our best to make sure your visit to our Theme Parks will be a Safe-Clean-Fun experience for your entire family and friends," the park said. WKMG-TV (Orlando, Fla.) (02/23) WKMG-TV (Orlando, Fla.) (02/22)


50-year-old clown from closed Kansas theme park found

IAAPA News Flash | Feb 23, 2015

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IAAPA News Flash | Feb 25, 2015

Six Flags Over Texas stands by policy after not allowing guest with disability to ride "Texas Giant"

IAAPA News Flash | Feb 23, 2015

Management team to oversee theme park project in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is named

IAAPA News Flash | Feb 20, 2015

Bringing bottled water is allowed again at Florida's Universal Orlando Resort

IAAPA News Flash | Feb 20, 2015

SeaWorld Orlando in Florida revamps Dolphin Cove, no longer allows animal feeding

IAAPA News Flash | Feb 25, 2015

Cedar Point in Ohio showcases car of "Rougarou" roller coaster coming in May

IAAPA News Flash | Feb 23, 2015

Parques Reunidos was not put up for sale, says spokesman

IAAPA News Flash | Feb 25, 2015

President of New York's Great Escape discusses lessons learned last year, biggest challenge for 2015

IAAPA News Flash | Feb 20, 2015


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