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beast08

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About beast08

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  • Birthday 12/13/1989

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  1. I think they are moving the beast to CP next year. What do you guys think?
  2. Stop posting on kie!

  3. When does ki open? Also is there anythig new for this year? Thanks
  4. No my webcam is working. They are hard at work today!!!
  5. Did it never occur to you Carowinds people that you may be getting something kinda nice in 2010?
  6. Nice screen shots. Hey I saw you at school today.
  7. I would of done the same thing. If i lost my hat i would prob just jump out of the boat and get it before the ride was over.
  8. 44-Year-Old Man Dies After Being Found Unresponsive On Disney Ride Park Officials Say Ride Was Operating Properly POSTED: 2:57 pm EST December 18, 2007 UPDATED: 4:11 pm EST December 18, 2007 A man died on Tuesday after being found unresponsive in the unloading area of a ride at Walt Disney World's Animal Kingdom, park officials said. Jeffery Reed, 44, of Navarre, Fla., was discovered unresponsive after riding Expedition Everest, officials said. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation was administered and there were no reported signs of trauma on Reed, Disney officials said through a release. Reed was transported to Celebration Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Orange County sheriff's investigators said that Reed appeared to be conscious about 50 seconds before the conclusion of the ride, which reaches speeds of 50 mph and features an 80-foot drop, because his photograph was taken as the coaster progressed toward the unloading area. The attraction was inspected after the incident and was operating properly, Disney officials said. The ride has been closed while park officials reconfirm proper operation of the ride, the release said. The state Bureau of Fair Rides Inspection was notified of the incident. Reed was believed to be visiting the park with family members, according to an Orange County sheriff's report. "We offer the family our deepest sympathies and will provide assistance to them during this difficult time," Disney representative Andrea Finger said. Watch Local 6 News for more on this story. Copyright 2007 by Internet Broadcasting Systems and Local6.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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