“As for the amusement park, no one has contacted me. As for the police, no one has contacted me either, no one has shown me reports, no one has told me anything about it, no detectives, no one. So I’m lost. I found out everything on the internet, on Facebook, that my son was falling, I thought it wasn’t my son, but that’s how I found out. […] The pain after this is not worth it and the pain after it will never be taken away from you. And a ‘sorry’ is not going to change anything. No money, nothing in the world will replace that young man and it’s so sad. A young man with a bright future took his life for one of those games in an amusement park. But, well, he was having fun and enjoying himself until the last moment,” Yarnell Sampson tells Trends Wide about the incident in which his 14-year-old son lost his life when he fell from the “FreeFall” tower, one of the attractions of ICON Park. from the Orlando, Florida area.