Tyre Sampson was a Missouri boy who passed away at the age of 14.
He died due to the accident that occurred on March 14 at an amusement park that is located at the highest point of that of the Statue of Liberty along a busy street in the middle of Orlando’s tourist zone.
The accident occurred around 11:00 pm while the victim was enjoying a holiday together with family members and other friends.
His family was watching him fall off the swing, as they were not able to help him.
Tyre Sampson Autopsy Report
The Orlando Medical Examiner’s Office has released autopsy results for Tyre Sampson, who died after falling from the FreeFall ride at ICON Park on March 24.
The 14-year-old visiting from Missouri during his Spring Break fell from the 430-foot drop-tower ride operated by The Slingshot Group.
The chief medical examiner determined Sampson’s cause of death was “blunt force trauma,” including several fractures and abrasions to his head, neck, and body.
“In consideration of the circumstances surrounding the death, and after examination of the body, toxicology analysis, and review of available medical records, it is my opinion that the death of Tyre Sampson, a 14-year-old male witnessed to fall from an amusement park ride and subsequently transported to the hospital, is the result of blunt force trauma.
“The manner of death is accident,” the release stated.