An autopsy released Monday showed 14-year-old Tyre Sampson died of a result of blunt force trauma and manner of death is being ruled an ‘accident’.
The Autopsy reported conducted by the Orange County Medical Examiner revealed that Sampson weighed nearly 100 over the maximum passenger weight capacity for the 430- foot drop tower ride located at Orlando’s ICON Park according to Fox 35 Orlando.
The medical examiner reported the extent of the report in a statement:
“The body is that of well-developed, obese, 74 inch, 383 pound, black male, appearing older than the reported age of 14 years,” the report stated. The report also reveals the details multiple internal and external abrasions, lacerations, and fractures to Sampson’s body.
According to Ride rules for the Orlando Free Fall attraction, the maximum passenger weight is 287 pounds.
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