What the hell is a "developmentally disabled man" doing on a ferris wheel?
Do we need posters that not only say you must be "this" tall, but also "this" bright?
Wasn't there something a few years ago at Elitch Gardens in Denver about a "developmentally disabled person" who stood up on a ride and subsequently fell off?
Why are they knowingly putting people into situation that they are not able to handle.
Probably what we use to call a "Spaz".
She performed heroically, because it bought enought time for the carnival worker to jump into action. The man finally slipped away from the woman's grasp, fell and temporarily lodged on another chair, then fell again and landed on one of the spokes precariously. By then the carnival worker had climbed up and grabbed ahold of him long enough before others got up there to help get him down.
I don't blame the center for taking the people out to the fair, but they'll probably reconsider which rides the people can go on. It really dampened the spirit for the rest of the afternoon. Kids especially were afraid to go on. People were screaming in shock and horror as the drama unfolded.
His do-good liberal handlers were giving him the opportunity to be scared to death.
have you ever had the pleasure of getting to know someone with a disability? by your comment, i would guess not. and by your comment i would guess that you are a very ignorant person