This whole thing really is an exercise in what modern British press has become... No longer to the papers and news channels report what they think we should or need to know about the world, they report what they think we want to know. Look at historical crashes on rides in Britain. Was there this much commotion when the Mine Train crashed? When the Big One had a station crash? When someone DIED at Lightwater? No. There wasn't. This is all entirely because of the time we now live in and the desperation to gain viewers, sell papers and get hits on websites. Towers have been unfortunate that something else huge hasn't hit the news in the last few days as otherwise this story would all but have dried up. As it stands the papers are printing anything they can to keep this in the public eye - purely because they know it makes for great click bait online. Ugh.