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29 Jul 2020

Dreamworld deaths: Theme park owner pleads guilty to safety breaches

Theme park owner pleads guilty to safety breaches
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The owner of Australia's Dreamworld theme park has pleaded guilty to safety violations on a ride that malfunctioned and killed four people in 2016.

Kate Goodchild, Luke Dorsett, Roozbeh Araghi and Cindy Low died almost instantly when their water raft hit another and overturned, crushing them.

Prosecutors laid three charges against Ardent Leisure, saying it failed in its duty of care. It did not contest them.

Each violation carries a maximum A$1.5m (£0.8m; $1m) penalty.

The 2016 accident at Australia's biggest theme park, on Queensland's Gold Coast, sparked reforms to state criminal liability laws for companies.

A coroner's inquiry, which delivered its findings in February, had recommended prosecutors charge the company.

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