ORLANDO, Florida (AP) -- A woman lost consciousness while getting off a Walt Disney World ride, which two people have died on in the past 13 months, authorities said.
She told rescue workers she had tingling in her arms and hands, Jones said. She was taken by helicopter to Orlando Regional Medical Center in stable condition.
The woman's name has not been released.
A telephone call by The Associated Press to Disney officials was not immediately returned Tuesday morning.
"Mission: Space'' spins in a centrifuge that subjects riders to twice the normal force of gravity.
Hiltrud Bluemel, 49, died April 12, one day after she went on the ride. A preliminary report from the Orange County Medical Examiner's Office showed Bluemel died from bleeding of the brain. She also suffered from severe, long standing high blood pressure, according to the medical examiner's office.
A 4-year-old Pennsylvania boy also died last June while riding the attraction. An autopsy determined Daudi Bamuwamye, of Sellersville, Pennsylvania, died of an irregular heartbeat linked to a natural causes.
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