Officials did not say how Crook was able to fall out of the rear doors of the van. No charges were announced.
Six Flags corroborated the incident details in an email to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Park representatives said their own emergency medical crew and those from local agencies responded to the accident and provided first aid.
“Our hearts and our thoughts are extended to the family of the employee as well as all those impacted by this tragic automobile accident; we are heartbroken,” Six Flags Over Georgia park President Dave Zellner said in a statement.
“Immediate support is being provided to those affected by the accident,” park representatives said.
Six Flags is also cooperating with and supporting Cobb police as they investigate the incident, representatives told the AJC.
Fright Fest lasts for about six weeks, beginning in mid-September and running through Halloween. Attractions such as haunted houses, themed “scare zones” and Halloween shows are added to the park’s usual operations, requiring Six Flags to hire many temporary workers.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Cobb police detectives at 770-499-3987.
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