WorkSafe has inspected the rollercoaster that hit a woman at the Melbourne Royal Show.
It has since deemed the ride safe. It is believed that Shylah Rodden was trying to retrieve her phone when she was hit by the ride’s moving carriage.
According to reports, the 26-year-old was thrown from the ride and fell about 9m to the ground.
The Royal Show’s organizers released an updated statement on Tuesday, saying that WorkSafe had completed its inspection of the Rebel Coaster.
The ride will be reopened on Tuesday. According to Jenkins, Rodden was working with a food vendor at the time of the incident.
On Monday, her family told 7NEWS that she suffered a serious brain injury and remains in a critical condition. She also has broken legs, feet, and arms.
Her family has also refuted the initial reports regarding the incident. According to her father, Alan Rodden, hir daughter is still in hospital with her condition slightly improving.