This case takes place in New York and involves a young boy who was severely injured while at an amusement park. The boy was enjoying a “fun house” style attraction when he entered a darkened room that contained mirrored corridors. The room was illuminated only by a strobe light, and also contained a few actors who were assigned to startle guests as they walked through the room. At some point, the boy was startled by one of the actors. He turned and sprinted back the way he came, at which point he ran headlong into one of the glass mirrors at full speed, which shattered into very large shards of glass. As a result, he suffered multiple lacerations across his hands and chest, which required stitches and hospitalization, and his injuries have resulted in permanent scarring and loss of function.