Government Says Popular Water Walking Balls Are Unsafe and Should Not Be Permitted At Water Parks

    While "water walking" is a relatively new recreational activity, it’s quickly gaining popularity – a trend that figures to continue as the weather turns warmer.  Water walking balls are large inflatable plastic balls just big enough for a person to climb inside.  The balls resemble a human sized hamster wheel in that they allow people… Learn More »

Summer Activity Safety

Summer vacations are supposed to be full of fun activities, spending time with family and friends, and often, visiting a place you’ve never been before.  Whether you are visiting an amusement park, the beach, or a national park, there are many resources that provide information that you can use to make safe, informed choices about… Learn More »

Young Girl Suffers Tragic Personal Injury at Six Flags Amusement Park in Kentucky

As many of our readers must be aware, a 13-year old girl suffered a tragic personal injury on Thursday when her leg severed at the ankle while riding the Superman Tower of Power at Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom. The ride lifts passengers 177 feet straight up, then drops them nearly the same distance at speeds… Learn More »