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STAR-ADVERTISER / 2009 State lawmakers are contemplating tighter regulations of the zip-line industry after the second death of a zip-line worker in the last three years. A man soars high over forested terrain at Piiholo Ranch’s Zipline eco-adventure ride.
COURTESY FACEBOOK Patricia “Trish” Rabellizsa, 20, a worker at Piiholo Ranch Zipline, died Thursday after falling 150 feet.
COURTESY SKYLINE ECO-ADVENTURES “If somebody tries to push through a law just to make a law, it impacts a lot of people,” said Daniel Boren, president of Skyline Eco-Adventures.