Employees of San Diego Zipline Course die after falling off the platform while trying to assist a customer

Zipline course employees Lahoya Indian Campground He died two days after he collapsed trying to help a customer.

Joaquin Romero, 34, worked on the receiving platform of La Jolla Zip Zoom Zipline on Saturday. According to the San Diego County Medical Inspector’s office, he “falls after trying to help a zipliner” while working.

Romero was diagnosed with multiple blunt injuries and was sentenced to death on Monday.

According to the website, Zipline attractions are the longest course in Southern California, boasting a maximum speed of 55 mph.

La Jolla Zip Zoom Zipline Tours did not respond to USA TODAY’s comment request on Wednesday.

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