COLUMBUS, Ohio – Officers stopped five on the second day of the Ohio State Fair – one on a long run.
Ohio Department of Agriculture director Dorothy Pelanda told the media on Thursday that the ride on Kissel's military base was "disqualified," saying the ride showed "visible corrosion" after preliminary inspection.
Pelanda says the ride has signs stating that it is closed and law enforcement agencies are around it to keep the Fairgoer out.
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Of While the other four rides are currently discontinued, Pelanda says that additional documentation is needed and the other three do not meet their standards due to minor issues.
None of the rides had ever been open to the public. The trip, which was shut down forever, was never put into operation because it did not pass a preliminary inspection.
According to Pelanda, the other four rides are expected to open later this week.
"As you know, the Governor's Number One The aim of this fair and all the fairs is safety, so we've decided which rides to take in the future."
Pelanda says the rides are every morning Be inspected and thoroughly inspected before even entering the hall.
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