YORK, PA. (THECOUNT) – Two guests at the York Fair have been taken to the hospital after one fell from the Ferris wheel.
The incident occurred Friday at 8:07 p.m.
The scene has been secured.
The location of the fair is 334 Carlisle Ave, in York, PA.
“We can say one fell, one did not, from that point on it’s still up to investigators situation,” says CEO of the York fair, Bryan Blair. “It appears one fell from one of the cars or tubs, but again we are still early in this and he will have all the details tomorrow,” reports ABC27.
There is no word on either of their conditions.
All rides are inspected daily. The Ferris wheel is closed and is currently being inspected. It will remain closed until cleared by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.
Geo quick facts: York is a city in southern Pennsylvania. Downtown, the Historical Society Museum displays fine art, furniture and tall-case clocks. Nearby is the Victorian-era Bonham House. The Agricultural and Industrial Museum explores the city’s farming and manufacturing past. The Colonial Complex includes a mid-1700s home, a courthouse and the Golden Plough Tavern. The area’s vineyards are part of the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail – wikipedia.