An actor in the “Terror in the Corn” attraction at Anderson Farms in Weld County suffered a medical emergency and was found by visitors.
The incident happened on Sunday and the employee was taken to a local hospital by emergency responders, Anderson Farms said in a statement. The employee is now recovering at home.
“The health and safety of our employees and guests is of utmost importance to Anderson Farms,” the company said. “Anderson Farms is still gathering additional information about this incident, including speaking with other employees that witnessed this incident, in order to identify exactly what happened. Following its investigation, Anderson Farms will make any changes necessary to further ensure the safety of our employees and guests.”
At the time of the incident, the attraction was closed to the public, the statement said.
Anderson Farms, 6728 County Road 3 1/4, Erie, bills itself as the “Largest Fall Family Entertainment Destination” in Colorado. The farm also operates a pumpkin patch and corn maze “field trip” for customers, along with camp fire outings and pavilion rentals. The Halloween experience includes a Zombie Paintball Hunt.
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