Keeping it Safe at Carnivals, Circuses, and Fairs

Keeping it Safe at Carnivals, Circuses, and Fairs

Keen attention to Art. 525 requirements can prevent a fun outing from going horribly wrong.

Most of us have good memories of going to carnivals, circuses, or county fairs as kids. We fondly recall the rides, the clowns, and the ring toss. Those of us who are really lucky can laugh about throwing the baseball that made our math teacher fall into the dunk tank.

The kind of memory nobody wants to take away from one of these venues is the image of someone being carried out on a stretcher — and not moving.

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