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A mother claims her daughter was struck in the face during a fight at Sky Zone family entertainment center in Grimes and suffered bruises and bloodied as a result. A witness called police to report it. Officers arrived on scene to separate all parties involved but one girl needed medical treatment due to head trauma.
Multiple witnesses reported seeing hundreds of children creating chaos inside Sky Zone last week. A hearing to revoke its license was then held, though Sky Zone has appealed the decision and filed a lawsuit against Orland Square, Illinois village authorities.
The lawsuit asserts that a “draconian and unprecedented” decision was reached by the village board after only reviewing thousands of pages in one day, without providing any legitimate basis for revoking its permit. Furthermore, according to the suit filed by the company against them alleging the board violated their constitutional rights by failing to include public comments and testimony regarding this issue.
Other first responder discounts: Sky Zone locations across the country provide police officers, firefighters and EMTs with discounts that vary based on location; at The Stratz Center two discounted tickets will be made available when presented with valid ID; Cub Cadet provides free lawn mowing services to active and retired police officers, firefighters and EMTs with TaskEasy verification as proof of eligibility; Helzberg provides military personnel, students and first responders a 10% discount by signing up for SheerID accounts to qualify.