A zipline course worker at a La Jolla Indian Campground died two days after he fell whereas making an attempt to assist a buyer.
Joaquin Romero, 34, was working on the receiving platform of the La Jolla Zip Zoom Zipline on Saturday. Whereas working, he “sustained a fall after he tried to help an individual ziplining,” in accordance with the San Diego County Medical Examiner’s workplace.
Following the autumn, Romero was identified with a number of blunt pressure accidents and pronounced lifeless on Monday.
The zipline attraction boasts that it’s the longest course in Southern California that reaches speeds as much as 55 mph, in accordance with the web site.
La Jolla Zip Zoom Zipline Excursions didn’t reply to a USA TODAY request for remark Wednesday.
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