MADISON (WKOW) -- Mt. Olympus Resorts provided the statement below, following the release of a police report detailing 63-year-old Anthony Theisen's fall from a roller coaster at the resort in early March.
"Since Mr. Theisen’s unfortunate accident on March 6, 2014, we have fully cooperated with the Lake Delton Police Department and the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services. We will continue to work with the authorities as they investigate the cause of the accident. Our thoughts are with Mr. Theisen and his family. This is the first time that an accident of this type has occurred at our theme park. We take guest safety very seriously and are conducting our own internal investigation. We will take all actions necessary to ensure that this attraction and all of our attractions operate in a safe manner. The Opa roller coaster will remain closed pending the results of the investigation by state authorities."
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