A 21-year-old man has died after falling from the world's tallest swing ride.
Emergency services were called to the StarFlyer attraction - an amusement ride that claims to be the tallest in the world at 450 feet - in Orlando, Florida at 7:40am on Monday (local time).
Jacob David Kaminsky, who worked at the Icon Park entertainment destination, fell more than 60 metres while performing a safety check, according to local media. Emergency services said he landed on an interior platform and was lifeless when first responders arrived at the scene.
He was later pronounced dead at Orlando Regional Medical Center.
The Orange County Sheriff's Office is now conducting an investigation into the 21-year-old's death.
A spokesman for the theme park told the Orlando Sentinel that it's unclear when the ride will reopen.
A GoFundMe page is currently raising money to help Kaminsky's family pay for his funeral.
The Orlando StarFlyer opened in 2018. Riders are double-seated with a friend or partner and secured with seat belts and in-between-the-legs harnesses for their safety, according to the Icon Park website.
In June, a 32-year-old mother died while celebrating her child's second birthday when she fell from a rollercoaster at a French theme park.
The woman fell while riding on the Formula 1 attraction at Parc Saint-Paul in Oise, northern France.