The woman was visiting Hayrola Luna Park in Istanbul, Turkey on Monday, and walked past the “Kamikaze” attraction, a giant sculpture that swings as she sits on a chair. It was fatal to her. I got sick while riding and lost consciousness. She then suffocated from vomiting, according to the country’s media. The Daily Mail announced the death of the 19-year-old in hospital.
Zainab Junay wanted to become a psychiatrist. She was studying day and night.
The woman’s family is inconsolable and claims that the staff who run the attraction ignored many warnings. Once Kamikaze was over, the parents were told that they had been told this was a common occurrence with visitors and that they would have to strike “two or three blows” in Zainab’s face to help her recover. After a misunderstanding, the horrified family members had to call 911 themselves to pick her up at the park, but by then it might have been too late. They are now announcing that legal action is being taken to enforce their rights “anyway”.
“My daughter was very successful. She studied day and night. Her goal was to become a good psychiatrist,” her father told local media. The amusement park has yet to respond.
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