- Jan 2, 2019
I went to an extremely popular, beloved theme park when I was 23. There are versions of this theme park throughout the world. Everyone knows it's name. I went on a roller coaster there and it came to a sudden stop causing whiplash and a concussion. I don't know if that ride always jolts to a stop like that or if it malfunctioned or not. Anyways, I have been in so much pain for seven years and am likely going to kill myself soon because of it. It completely destroyed my life and all my dreams of getting married, having kids, starting a non-profit, traveling the world etc. Is it a good or bad idea to write an article on the experience online before I ctb? I'm just worried no one will care. That they will just label it a freak accident and nothing will be done to make rides safer for other people. It can't be that hard for engineers to make a ride come to a slower, less jarring stop to prevent other people from getting hurt.