A California Girl was found unconscious and later pronounced dead after a roller coaster ride on the downtown Las Vegas Strip. Catlynne Shaw, was found unconscious July 16th after riding the Canyon Blaster, a ride at Circus Circus Adventuredom. After an off duty Clark County fireman helped revive Shaw, she was rushed to University Medical where she later expired.
The initial prognosis was that her heart seized during the ride, however the coroner’s office said it may take weeks to determine the actual cause of death. Canyon Blaster was originally opened in 1993 at Circus Circus, a division of MGM Mirage Inc. Hotel accidents and injuries are unforeseen events, which sometimes lead to tragedy, such as the case of Catlynne Shaw of Union City, California.
If you or a loved one has been injured during a hotel stay, and believe you were a victim of Hotel negligence or premises liability, contact the Las Vegas, NV Law Offices of Benson and Bingham, experience hotel accident litigators.