Tagged: Six Flags America

The one with Wet Pants

Another long show for everyone to check out.  Clint talks about meeting Braedon, Kings Dominion Haunt, Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream, and being on TV.  Legend and Drew talk about Orlando parks along with the closing of Maelstrom.  We go over some news including a possible 2016 attraction at Busch Gardens Tampa, Pinks Hot Dogs closing at Knotts Berry Farm, more on the fight at Six Flags America, and some news about the Fun Spot Orlando

Teen Injured In Six Flags Fight Was Banned From Park

A 15-year-old teen remains in the hospital and is still in a coma while he recovers from brain surgery after a fight at Six Flags America.  The surgery involved removing part of the teens skull to reduce swelling of his brain.  Not SixFlagsFrightFestmuch information has come out about why the fight broke out or how big it was, but someone not authorized to speak publicly from Six Flags told WTOP that the boy was banned from all Six Flags parks on July 26th.  Its unclear why he was banned but possible reasons for the ban include violence or theft.  The mother and teen both signed a trespass notice in July.  These means the teen was trespassing when at the park last weekend.

The One as In the Loop

In the Loop is back!  Clint, Legend, and Drew do there first show for the new website.  Drew and Legend talk a lot about Halloween Horror Nights and Busch Gardens Tamapa’s Howl-O-Scream.  Clint talks about Six Flags Great Adventure, and they all go over the latest in the news.

Fight Breaks Out At Six Flags America

A fight broke out on the opening night of Six Flags America’s Fright Fest that 3 teens injured. One of the teens, a 15-year-old boy is in stable condition but due to brain swelling is in a medically induced coma. The fight started in the parking lot of the park, and law enforcement from all over the area responded. Prince George’s County police were called to handle the large crowed exiting the park. Nearby roads were also closed to handle the mass exit.

SixFlagsFrightFestNBC News received a statement from the park saying: “The unacceptable behavior and events that occurred yesterday, acted out by some unsupervised youth, are in no way typical behavior for our park or the surrounding area. The safety of our guests is our number one priority and while this was an isolated incident, we are taking steps to make sure it cannot be repeated”

The park is expected to have increased security and traffic enforcement for the upcoming Fight Night’s

News Source: NBC 4