Several Guests Face Health Concerns at Universal Studios

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Islands of Adventure on a bright, sunny day.

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A new report has revealed several injuries reported from the Universal Studios Resort in Orlando, Florida.

Islands of Adventure, Volcano Bay, and Universal Studios Florida icons and entrances together
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Orlando, Florida, is perhaps one of the best places to go if you’re a fan of theme parks. From Walt Disney World and SeaWorld to Universal Studios and LEGOLAND, Guests will find thrills, chills, and some delicious treats no matter which one they choose.

Over the years, all of these theme parks have added to their growing lists of rides, attractions, and experiences, promising Guests an amazing time. The Universal Orlando Resort is the best example of this, opening two new attractions in the last few years that rival the best of th best, those being Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure and Jurassic World VelociCoaster.

Unfortunately, accidents still happen, and Guests get injured at the Parks and Resorts. A new injury report details the first round of injuries for the first quarter of 2023.

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According to the new report, two injuries were reported between February and March of 2023. The first injury took place on Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, an intense roller coaster located at Universal Studios Florida.

A Guest claimed to have an intense headache after exiting the ride. This incident was reported on February 11, 2023.

A month later, on March 12, 2023, a Guest experienced abdominal pain after riding Jurassic World VelociCoaster at Universal’s Islands of Adventure.

A Guest also claimed to feel lightheaded after riding an attraction at SeaWorld in January.

A vehicle rides the tracks of Ice Breaker
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Universal Team Members are some of the best there are and always look out for Guests in trouble. Guests in need of anything are highly encouraged to let Universal employees know.

Florida’s biggest theme parks, which include places like the Universal Orlando and Walt Disney World Resorts as well as SeaWorld and LEGOLAND, are required to self-report Guests’ injuries when they are hurt on rides and attractions and hospitalized for at least 24 hours after their injury.

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