Dissuasive emergency calls show panic after 14-year-old boy died in horror at the fairgrounds

Tire Sampson, 14, died after falling from a ride in Orlando on March 24, and police have now called 911, revealing the panic and confusion at the scene

Disturbing emergency calls show the panic after Tire Sampson fell to his death
Disturbing emergency calls show the panic after Tire Sampson fell to his death

Disturbing 911 calls showing panic and confusion have been released after 14-year-old Tire Sampson fell to his death from a ride at the Orlando fairgrounds.

The teenager reportedly appeared to have slipped out of his seat on the Orlando FreeFall ride at ICON Park on March 24, with photos and 911 calls indicating his seat belt was not properly secured.

The 14-year-old also reportedly knew something was wrong with his dishes and asked a friend who was sitting next to him to tell his parents he loved them.

And now, four 911 calls have been released as part of an incident report from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office that offers a disturbing clue to the carnival panic following the fall of Tire.

A caller was asked if Sampson, who was over 6ft tall and weighed 172kg, was breathing and if he could be turned onto his back for life-saving CPR.







The calls revealed that no one touched Tire until police arrived at the scene
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The sheriff’s office report said that no life-saving procedures were performed until the sheriff’s deputies arrived and that Tire was not touched, although he appeared to be breathing but was otherwise unresponsive. He was later pronounced dead.

It also detailed how a caller reported CBS MiamiHe told 911 operators, “If they [the ride] approached the ground when it hit the brakes the guy fell right out of the seat.

Another caller reportedly told a 911 worker that Tire wasn’t breathing and the person said, “He’s dead, he’s dead, he’s gone.”

The operator then said, “Tell me exactly why you think he’s completely gone.”







Tire appeared to slip out of his seat belt while driving
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And the person replied, “He’s lying face down, there’s blood everywhere. He’s not breathing. I checked his pulse, there is no pulse.”

A federal investigation by Quest Engineering, a forensic firm, found that ride operators manually altered two of the harness proximity sensors on two of the seats to accommodate taller guests.

“These misadjustments allowed the safety lights to illuminate – which did not adequately address the ride’s electronic safety mechanisms – allowing the ride to operate even though Mr. Sampson was not properly secured in the seat,” reportedly said Nikki Fried, the Florida Agriculture Commissioner who inspects the agency Amusement park rides.

The Quest Engineering report concluded that there were several other factors that led to Tire’s death but did not go into the details.

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