INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Two Indiana teens critically injured during a parasailing accident Monday are showing some positive signs.
Meanwhile, 24-Hour News 8 has learned Aquatic Adventures is being sued by two other Indiana girls for a similar experience.
When Florida attorney Wes Pittman saw the news Monday he shook his head.
"Well my first reaction was, 'Here we are again,'" said Pittman.
Since Monday, the country has shuttered watching the terrifying video of Indiana teens Alexis Fairchild and Sidney Good soaring through the air and crashing into a condo building after a parasail malfunction but many didn't know it wasn't the first time.
Rewind five years, two Indiana girls, this time sisters Lindsay and Chelsea Lewis. Same company, Aquatic Adventures took them parasailing in almost the same bad weather conditions and it had the same result; the rope broke sending the girls flying out of control.
"They were again whipped back and forth and finally dumped into the water, equipment broke, they went under water and were terrified," said Pittman.
Since Monday, Aquatic Adventures has released a statement sending their sympathies but also defending their actions saying, "While we adhere to best practices to minimize the risks associated with water sport activities, sudden weather conditions can and do occur."
Pittman says the entire industry needs a regulation overhaul.
He says the only requirements are a boat driver, observer and life jackets.
"Other than that it's very lax...it's horrible."
Pittman wants operators to have mandatory weather checks, a communication system with customers while they're airborne, and equipment regulations just to start.
But more than anything, he wants irresponsible operators out of a business he says is safe if done properly.
"My hope in just about every case where amusement rides are involved is to try to help other people and get people who aren't going to operate their businesses in a safe way, out of business," said Pittman.
Pittman just got the Lewis case in January. He says it will most likely be sent to mediation in the future, which could lead to a settlement.
No word if Fairchild and Good will take legal action.
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