Australian authorities imposed a fine of $ 3.6 million (2.55 USD)
$ 1 million) to an Australian company that owns the largest theme park in
The country has flaws in its safety measures, which resulted in 4
Deaths in 2016.
In the park "Dreamworld" in Australia's Gold Coast, tourist area
In the eastern part of the country, two men and two women were killed in a game collision
A Queensland court ruled that the company had violated state laws regarding
Safety and health measures, with fines of up to $ 4.5 million
In a statement to the Australian Stock Exchange, a city owner admitted
Ardent Leisure says it takes full responsibility
About the accident and I apologize "without reservation."
The company was criticized even after trying to reopen the site before it was buried
Victims. The company said the new government had conducted a "comprehensive review."
For safety measures, compensation was paid to most families and persons
Affected by the accident.