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This Is Tayto Park's Response To Yesterday's Stair Collapse

By Alana Laverty

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am


Tayto Park have issued a statement following yesterday evening's incident. 

9 people were rushed to hospital last night following the collapse of a set of stairs at Tayto Park's new 'House of Horrors' attraction. 

The following statement has been released:

Last night (Saturday 22nd October) at approximately 8pm the lower portion of a permanent staircase leading to The House of Horrors gave way. 

The Tayto Park emergency plan was immediately put in place and the emergency services attended the scene. 9 people were transported to hospitals in the city as a precautionary measure to assess their injuries. 

The management of Tayto Park will co-operate fully with the investigation as the safety of our guests is paramount. 

Tayto Park will open today from 10am. 

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