ⓘ List of incidents at Warner Bros. Jungle Habitat
This is a list of notable incidents that have taken place at Warner Bros. Jungle Habitat in West Milford, New Jersey.
The term incident refers to major injury, injuries, deaths, and significant crimes. While these incidents are required to be reported to regulatory authorities for investigation, attraction-related incidents usually fall into one of these following categories:
- Negligence on the part of the park, either by ride operator or maintenance.
- The result of a guests known, or unknown, health issues.
- Act of God or a generic accident e.g. slipping and falling that is not a direct result of an action on anyones part.
- Caused by negligence on the part of the guest. This can be refusal to follow specific ride safety instructions, or deliberate intent to break park rules.
1. Resort-wide incidents
- The increase in summertime and weekend traffic on West Milfords roads created problems for local residents.
- In 1977, several of the parks animals had contracted tuberculosis and were euthanized.
- In November 1972, two wolves escaped the park and into the nearby residential areas, where they were later caught prior to anyone getting hurt.
- In December 1973, television show host Jack Paar was cut while "roughhousing" with a 6-month old tiger cub while filming a TV Special.
- In 1974, a woman was bitten by a baby elephant who had reached out of its enclosure with its trunk and grabbed the woman; she ultimately was awarded $200.000 for her injuries.
- On October 9, 1972, an Israeli tourist, Abraham Levy, driving through the safari in a taxi was attacked by a lion.
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