Orlando Florida. – SB 902, which may be known as the “Tyre Sampson Act”, is being reviewed by the Florida Senate Agriculture Committee for possible approval.

The move is intended to make authorities more aggressive with the rides going after the fall and death of Tire Sampson, a 14-year-old who died in the Orlando free fall at ICON Park on March 24, 2022.

The measure, which if passed will be known as the “Tyre Sampson Act,” would require permanent rides first operating in Florida after a specified date to have a commissioning and certification report from the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. specific period.

It would also authorize the ministry to carry out unannounced inspections for specified purposes, to review the circumstances in which a ride owner or manager must report an accident and in which the ministry can seize a ride involved in an accident.

Senator Geraldine Thompson introduced the bill.

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