A teenage girl was killed while riding a carnival ride as many people were enjoying a carnival held at the St. Thomas Aquinas Church in El Paso, Texas. The accident happened on Friday when three teenagers were on a ride called “The Sizzler.” The ride spins each car as well as the entire ride. There was a malfunction that threw the teenage girl from her seat and into a barricade resulting in her death. Another teenager was taken to the emergency room for non-life-threatening injuries, and a third individual was not injured. A full investigation is being conducted to determine why the ride malfunctioned. Tragically, a similar fatal carnival accident occurred in 2014 claiming the lives of two El Paso teens.
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