"We put the seat belt on, latched it, went to pull it tight and it had actually come undone at that time. There were no problems with it."Latham says his son, Kaysen, had so much fun the first time, he wanted to video the joy for his wife to see.I just thought I didn't get it clicked in well enough. What he caught on camera wasn't what he was expecting."We went to hit the very first drop, and as soon as we went over, I felt the seat belt release," Latham said.
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AMARILLO, Texas (KVII) - Delbert Latham is skeptical his son will ever get on a roller coaster again.
This comes after he and his 6-year-old rode the Mousetrap at Wonderland Amusement Parkfor the second time Friday night."We ended up being in the exact same seat again," Latham said.
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