Go Bananas In Norridge Tightens Security After Violent Fight VideoIt's been about six months since social media exploded with a video of a violent fight that broke out during a children's party at Norridge indoor amusement center, Go Bananas.
Go Bananas To Stay Open, Owner Forced To Add Armed Security GuardsA suburban children’s play place is being forced to add additional security measures if they wish to stay in business.
Go Bananas Owner Makes Security Changes After Violent Viral Video"It was discussions with the Village of Norridge and coming to a conclusion that we need to do better."
"Go Bananas" Cited With Fire Code Violation, Many Work To Shut Down Child Play Center
Go Bananas' Violent History Stretches YearsRecords show police were called to Go Bananas, a kids’ indoor amusement Park in Norridge, more than 30 times during a 12 month period in 2015 and 2016.
Thousands Petition To Shut Down "Go Bananas" After Weekend BrawlOutrage is spreading in a northwest community after a video was posted online showing parents getting into a nasty brawl at a children’s fun center.
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Deceased Boy's Family To Sue Norridge Amusement CenterThe family of a 3-year-old boy has announced plans to file a lawsuit, after the boy was killed on a roller coaster at the Go Bananas indoor amusement center in Norridge.
Woman Sues After Helping Boy Who Died At Amusement Center A woman has filed a lawsuit, claiming she suffered emotional distress when she tried to help the boy who fell to his death from a roller coaster at a Norridge amusement center this month.
Norridge Amusement Reopens After Deadly AccidentThe Go Bananas indoor amusement park reopened on Friday, but a roller coaster on which a 3-year-old boy died last weekend remains closed.
Amusement Center Closed After 3-Year-Old's DeathGo Bananas, an indoor amusement park in Norridge, is still closed down after a 3-year-old Dolton boy died Saturday when he fell out of his seat on a roller coaster.
Boy Dies After Norridge Rollercoaster AccidentA three-year-old Dolton boy was dead on the scene Saturday night when he fell from a children’s roller coaster and was struck by it at a family entertainment center in northwest suburban Norridge.