An Alaska woman is reportedly suing Disneyland after allegedly suffering a head injury while exiting Space Mountain according to the Orange County Register.

  • Sarah Adnrews is seeking $3 million in damages in California federal court after allegedly suffering a head injury while exiting the classic attraction.
  • The complaint filed on Friday alleges Andrews “violently struck” her head against a low concrete ceiling in a maintenance tunnel after the ride malfunctioned during her 2017 trip to the park.
  • The attraction attendant allegedly instructed the exiting passengers to watch their step but failed to warn them about the low ceiling.
  • Andrews felt disoriented and dazed after hitting her head, according to the complaint.
  • Upon returning to her hotel room, she felt severe pain and went to the emergency room where she was diagnosed with a concussion.
  • According to the complaint, she was later diagnosed with traumatic brain injury and permanent impairment requiring continuing treatment.
  • Andrews and her husband Ryan are seeking $3 million for medical expenses and lost earning capacity.

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