Wednesday, January 10, 2001

Six Flags to fight fine for accident




The Associated Press

        AURORA, Ohio — Six Flags Ohio will appeal a $1,000 fine for an alleged violation at a water playground where a girl nearly drowned.

        Jordan Fish, 11, of Wadsworth, was diving in the 3 1/2-foot-deep water at Hook's Lagoon last summer when her face became stuck in a broken grate. Bystanders and lifeguards pulled Jordan from the water. She suffered no obvious head injury or brain damage but spent several days in the hospital.

        Hook's Lagoon, which opened in 1997, was closed for the rest of the season. Six Flags has requested a hearing, so the Ohio Department of Agriculture will not release any information on its investigation, spokeswoman Deborah Abbott said.

       



Accused cop cheered at pay hearing
Olympics backers switch pitch
Still time to get shot against flu
Monroe store sets pace, Hustler operators say
RADEL: Our fountain will be freed in spring
Grand jury gets gang-rape case
Lebanon OKs deal to buy Bell bandwidth
Village may end policing
City public works chief to lead TID
City sets sights on future
Driver in crash has DUI history
Chesley leading charge to end punch-card voting
Citizens show support for cop, clerk fired by mayor
Ex-coach accused of cash misuse
Exercise class to be offered
Fernald sees help in subcontracting
Fired schools secretary sues district
Home invasion suspect leaves hospital for jail
Housing project lacks support
Irate drivers can vent online
Kidnap case delayed for mental tests
Ky. district awaits picks for judges
Libraries make room for infants
Marks mixed for Covington schools
Neighborhood residents battle plans for state office building
Patton seeks investment for eastern Ky.
Police: Man targeted boys via mothers
Rhodes says auditor's office could help with Reds' ballpark
- Six Flags to fight fine for accident
State-financed charter school closed
Suspect shot after pointing gun, police say
Tristate killer tells high court he was insane
Wife charged in plan to kill man
Kentucky News Briefs
Tristate A.M. Report