Outrage at Dreamworld staff who sold $50 photos of the killer Thunder River Rapids ride while medics battled to save four dying tourists – as CEO lays a wreath to pay tribute to the victims

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A visitor claims Dreamworld kept offering memorabilia and stacking others on to rides while four individuals battled for their lives, as the amusement stop’s Chief lays a wreath for the casualties of the executioner Thunder Waterway Rapids ride.

Jesse Lovett, from Melbourne, said he felt wiped out subsequent to learning he was acquiring glad snaps of his family for $50 from Dreamworld staff on Tuesday evening as crisis administrations attempted to pull the assemblages of four individuals squashed to death from underneath a transport line on the Thunder Stream Rapids ride.

‘All the Dreamworld music was on. I couldn’t tell that anything wasn’t right. That is the thing that makes me feel somewhat wiped out,’ he told the Dispatch Mail.

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‘I was quite recently asking why they were all the while offering photographs? I’m recently concerned they were careless,’ he included.

Mr Lovett said taking a gander at the photos of his significant other, girl, sister and her young family blessing the bound ride just helped him to remember the loathsome catastrophe that occurred and those left grieving a family who might stay away for the indefinite future home.

‘Those individuals sat tight for 30 minutes to bite the dust and it doesn’t feel appropriate to me by any stretch of the imagination. It feels abnormal that I got the chance to go home and that family didn’t,’ he included.

The casualty’s of Tuesday’s terrible mishap have been recognized as Canberra lady Kate Goodchild, 32, her sibling Luke Dorsett, 35, his accomplice Roozi Araghi, 38, and their companion, Cindy Low, 42.

Dreamworld President Craig Davidson seemed depressed as he lay a wreath to pay tribute to the four travelers on Wednesday, promising to discharge an announcement with more data later in the day.

Mr Lovett said he had taken his two-year-old on the fast ride prior that day and was worried for the length as the main thing holding her in was a Velcro-like strap that did not feel secure once it got wet.

He said the ride was “harsh” and that he had felt it important to grasp his little girl solidly as he was the main thing keeping her protected and he dreaded she could drop out, the Dispatch Mail announced.

A glitch with the ride’s transport line is accepted to have caused the catastrophe, Queensland Rescue vehicle acting administrator Gavin Fuller told a public interview on Tuesday evening.

The four grown-ups and two kids were in a pontoon that crashed into a vacant pontoon that had turned out to be trapped.

Reports recommend their pontoon flipped, pulverizing two of the grown-ups. The other two grown-ups were caught in the transport line submerged.

Guests to the amusement stop have asserted the ride had been tormented by mechanical issues before in the day.

Reviewer Todd Reid said on Tuesday the episode had been caught on CCTV.

‘We are presently working with the recreation center to decide how this unfortunate episode has happened,’ he said.

‘There is CCTV film accessible and that will be surveyed as a feature of the examination.’

There had been before reports that the ride had separated before in the day yet Insp Reid couldn’t affirm if this was the situation.

Dreamworld stays shut as more than 30 specialists break down the scene.

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