Report finds 4 'Zippin Pippin' code violations

Posted at 12:11 PM, Jul 05, 2016

A new report from the Wisconsin Department of Safety found four code violations in connection with the Zippin Pippin accident at Green Bay's Bay Beach amusement park on June 20th.

The report does not show what caused two trains to collide, sending three people to the hospital with injuries.

Watch: State inspects Zippin Pippin after accident:




The two-page report orders the City of Green Bay to provide appropriate training and maintain records properly. The city was also instructed to properly train staff to stay at their station, and secure the ride's sensor.

Green Bay has sent the cars in question to Philadelphia for inspection. Mayor Schmitt's Chief of Staff, Celestine Jeffreys, tells NBC26 there are no new updates on the progress of that inspection.