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07/14/2016

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Vince Quest

Peter, from my research, it seems that most injuries at trampoline parks are from mis-use by the jumper. As you said, you've taken your kids to Sky Zone facilities before without incident.

From my understanding there are safety officers at these locations, safety videos on constant loops etc. Dodgeball is a game we all played as a child and I never found it 'ultra dangerous'.

Outside of an equipment failure or gross negligence or even provoking by an employee, I struggle to see how the facility is able to be held responsible.

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