This wasn’t the first time the bull attempted to get into the stands, according to witnesses the bull made two prior attempts before succeeding in the third. With the knowledge and examples given prior to this catastrophe, why didn’t the arena officials put a stop to the event itself? One would think that there has got to be a legal consequence arising from this occurrence. The bull just like any other animal is unpredictable, witnessing the bull attempt to jump into the crowd stands two times should cause a panic and halting the event before it got out of hand.
I don’t know if it has ever happened here, at a mock “running of the bulls” (which occurs from time to time) or at a rodeo. Would there be legal liability, or, do the attendees of these events assume the risk of this occurring?
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The paramount concerns for events proprietors is the protection of the public. Period!
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Our hearts go out to the family and friends of the 10 year old victim in this case.