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Six Flags Requiring a Non-specific Doctor's Note for Access Pass

I just want to say I called my doctors both primary and pain management amd was denied an accommodation letter. Not because I don't need the accommodation but because they don't want to be responsible for injuries on rides. I'm livid. I have 2 types of severe arthrits and fibro. It will be hard enough to walk around but impossible for me to wait in lines. I didn't plan on going on any extreme rides but just trying to spend time with my foster daughter before she was shipped off. How is this legal.
 

Jon81uk

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I just want to say I called my doctors both primary and pain management amd was denied an accommodation letter. Not because I don't need the accommodation but because they don't want to be responsible for injuries on rides. I'm livid. I have 2 types of severe arthrits and fibro. It will be hard enough to walk around but impossible for me to wait in lines. I didn't plan on going on any extreme rides but just trying to spend time with my foster daughter before she was shipped off. How is this legal.
If you cannot stand in line or walk around easily then look to rent a wheelchair or scooter.
 
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