A 14-year-old Orlando boy has died after falling from a roller coaster ride at an amusement park. The incident is under investigation by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. The accident is an incredibly sad story for families of young children‚ and a news conference is expected to be held by Orange County Sheriff John Mina. The man who called 911 described Sampson as lying face down‚ and that he had broken his legs and arms. He was in critical condition‚ and he died of his injuries. The accident occurred shortly after 11 p.m. Thursday‚ when a Missouri teenager fell from a 430-foot-high drop tower on an amusement park ride‚ witnesses and police responded to the scene. Upon arriving at the hospital‚ a witness noticed that a boy had fallen from the ride and was lying motionless near other riders. The boy‚ whose name was Tyre Sampson‚ was visiting the state with his family. The incident has caused a flurry of emotions and grief for the family of the teen. The accident happened just before the boy's school was scheduled to open. The boy's death was a shock to many‚ and the family is mourning the loss of their son. Despite the tragedy‚ it is the work of an employee and not the ride itself. A 14-year-old Missouri boy died on a 450-foot roller coaster at ICON Park last week. A 14-year-old Missouri boy died after falling from a roller coaster at ICON Park in Florida. He was visiting Central Florida with his friend's family when he fell from the free fall ride. He was later pronounced dead at a local hospital. The 430-foot-tall Orlando Free Fall is considered the world's tallest free-standing tower drop. Preliminary investigations indicate that Tyre Sampson's death was accidental. A 14-year-old Missouri boy has died after falling from an amusement park ride. The ride‚ called Free Fall‚ takes passengers 430 feet in the air before plummeting toward the ground at 70 miles per hour. The accident occurred after a 911 call was placed to the park's free-fall simulator. The video is circulating on social media. The 450-foot tall StarFlyer attraction in Florida has ceased operations after a worker fell from it on Thursday. A witness reportedly recorded the boy's fall from the tower and said the boy was not wearing a safety harness. While the ride is still under construction‚ it is possible that it could become dangerous in the future. During the downhill‚ the 14-year-old died from his injuries. A 14-year-old boy died after falling from a ride at ICON Park.
His death was a surprise to the Orlando area‚ which is currently undergoing an investigation into the cause of the accident. The sheriff's office says it will conduct a full investigation and will not comment on the cause of death. The teen was visiting Florida from Missouri to visit a friend‚ and was asked to wear a safety harness when the ride started. The investigation is ongoing. The state's Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has ruled the death accidental. However‚ no charges have been filed in the case. Regardless of the cause of death‚ the Orlando police department extends its condolences to the family of the 14-year-old boy. The accident is not atypical for the park and will have repercussions in the community‚ including for the wrongful death of a worker. The sheriff's office is investigating the accident. The boy's family is devastated. The investigation is ongoing. As the family grieves‚ they are also seeking help. Icon Park has set up a website for the victims' relatives. urmari: A 14-year-old boy dies after falling from a ride at ICON Park in Orlando. A 450-foot-tall boy falls from a ride at ICON Park. A federal investigation has been completed‚ and the death is under investigation by law enforcement officials.