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(HealthDay News) -- While amusement parks can be a lot of fun, they can also lead to injury among people who don't follow the rules.
The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions advises park patrons to:
Follow posted restrictions regarding height, weight, health and age.
Follow all safety rules.
Always ride with feet, arms, hands and legs inside the ride.
Stay seated inside the ride until completely stopped and you are given permission to exit. Follow all verbal instructions for rides.
Wear any provided safety equipment, and do not try to get out of restraints.
Make sure young children understand all safety rules.
Never force anyone to ride, especially young children.
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