Study looks at amusement ride injuries in malls in U.S.

05/1/2013 | USA Today

Rides at malls, restaurants and arcades accounted for about 12% of the almost 93,000 amusement ride injuries involving children younger than 18 between 1990 and 2010, a report found. Researchers said that 73% of "mall ride" injuries were due to a child falling in, on, off or against the ride. The findings were published in the journal Clinical Pediatrics.

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