Air hostess death: Amusement park owners missing
Chennai: A day after three people were arrested in connection with the death of a 20-year-old air hostess at an amusement park, a report on Wednesday said that owners of the EVP World Theme park are missing.
On Tuesday, F Afia Magh, an air hostess working with Kingfisher Airlines, was killed in a freak accident during an adventure ride at EVP World theme park on the outskirts of Chennai, police said.
The victim, a native of Kohima in Nagaland, suffered head injuries when she was thrown off while taking a ride on the `Giant Wheel`, police said.
The cause of death was being probed, police said. Three people, including the amusement park`s facility manager and operator of the ride, have been arrested.
According to NDTV, a news channel, the safety belt worn by Afia had come off, which led to her being thrown off the giant wheel.
She was rushed to a private hospital nearby where she was pronounced dead.
(With PTI inputs)
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