The SeaWorld hearing in Orlando will last longer than expected. An administrative law judge will eventually decide whether the theme park should be forced to pay $75,000 in fines for three citations it received after the death of a killer whale trainer.
It is the fourth day of testimony Thursday in the hearing involving SeaWorld Orlando and a federal job safety agency which wants the theme park to pay $75,000 in fines from three citations issued after the death of a killer whale trainer last year.
SeaWorld Orlando will continue to defend itself at a hearing Wednesday to determine if the park must pay $75,000 in fines a federal agency assessed it following the death of a killer whale trainer.
During the second day of hearings which will determine if SeaWorld Orlando should have to pay hefty fines levied by a federal job safety agency after the death of a killer whale trainer at its park.
The family of a SeaWorld Orlando trainer who was killed by a killer whale at the park lost their request to block the release of video and photos of her death.