Non-Extreme Engineering Mobile Climbing Wall Injures Little Girl
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Non-Extreme Engineering Mobile Climbing Wall Injures Little Girl

Herndon : VA : USA | Jun 02, 2012 at 1:15 AM PDT
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June 02, 2012

The Miami Marlins have been busy filtering questions from a climbing wall accident that caused an 11-year-old girl to fall 18 feet to the ground. News stations across the nation have been reporting the horrific video footage showing a climbing wall drop a little girl to the concrete floor, resulting in a concussion and serious back trauma. F24 and also has served as an expert witness on various cases that focused on mechanical failures. Being the patent holder and inventor of the mobile climbing wall, auto-belay and other amusement devices, Wilson has become a resource in climbing wall safety and design. Extreme Engineering is also offering to review the climbing wall that caused the accident with a full report of what failed and caused the little girl to fall. “It angers me when companies build inferior products that are not safe. There is a reason why products are engineered and designed a certain way. Not everyone can build a safe, reliable product…I hate seeing the public get hurt especially if it could have been easily avoided,” explains Wilson.

News reports state that the little girl suffered a concussion and serious bruising, but luckily no broken bones or internal organ damage. She is now talking and has started walking again.

With 4 best new product and 6 total industry awards in the entertainment industry, Extreme Engineering has proven to a premier provider in zip lines, climbing walls and other extreme, interactive products. Jeff Wilson is a mechanical engineer with over a dozen patents in the amusement, medical and aeronautical industry. For more information on climbing wall safety and design please feel free to email info@extremeengineering.com. The media is welcome to contact us. Please feel free to visit http://www.extremeengineering.com. We have full operating manuals, service bulletins and other safety related documents available online.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/6/prweb9564868.htm

 
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