The Texas Giant roller coaster is reopening after a woman died on it recently. On Sept. 11, CNN reported that this ride will be open again for visitors to ride. The woman died almost two months ago and this weekend you will be able to ride it again.
Six Flags Over Texas has made new safety precautions for the ride. It now has a redesigned restraint bar pad on each seat, new seat belts and a coaster seat at the ride's entrance for visitors to see if they even fit well before they wait in line for that entire time.
The woman that died, Rosa Esparza, fell out of her seat. Her family is now filing a lawsuit against the park for wrongful death. Her daughter was on the ride with her and saw it happen.
Obviously the ride has been approved as safe, but it still has people concerned. Would you actually ride this after knowing that someone died on it and would you feel safe letting your children on the ride? Sound off in the comments below.