A portion of the ride on which a 3-year old child had part of his pinkie finger cut off is shown in a photo provided by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. The ride,  called Fun Zone, was a "jungle gym" type activity that children crawled through. The part shown is a disc that spins on the floor of the ride. The disk has been propped open to show the mechanism that spins the disk. Photo provided by Kentucky Department of Agriculture
A portion of the ride on which a 3-year old child had part of his pinkie finger cut off is shown in a photo provided by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. The ride, called Fun Zone, was a "jungle gym" type activity that children crawled through. The part shown is a disc that spins on the floor of the ride. The disk has been propped open to show the mechanism that spins the disk. Photo provided by Kentucky Department of Agriculture
A portion of the ride on which a 3-year old child had part of his pinkie finger cut off is shown in a photo provided by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. The ride, called Fun Zone, was a "jungle gym" type activity that children crawled through. The part shown is a disc that spins on the floor of the ride. The disk has been propped open to show the mechanism that spins the disk. Photo provided by Kentucky Department of Agriculture

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