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Pennsylvania after the passenger stormed the cockpit. An investigation quickly revealed the hijackers were members of Al Qaeda terror group given safe haven in Afghanistan by the Taliban. That is ABC's Andrew Denber reporting. President Biden is coming to Denver on Monday. He's going to travel to Idaho and California before appearing at a build back better event in Denver. In Idaho. He's going to tour the National Interagency Fire Center in California will survey the wildfire damage and hold an event with Governor Gavin Newsom, who is facing a recall vote there next Tuesday. Back here in local news, an investigation continues into the death of a six year old girl at Glenwood Springs Amusement park. The park remains closed as the state launches an investigation and tonight we're learning. It's not the first time someone has been injured at the park. There were many parts of the right and we're absolutely pitch. Black Attorney Michael Berg of Berg Simpson says his client, Nadia Prasad, was riding the Alpine coaster in February of 2015 when she collided with sleds stopped in the dark in front of her and then as she came around the corner She didn't see them in front of them. And she had and she, uh, broken back. Prasad sued the amusement park but lost a judge ruling She had given up her rights to a lawsuit by signing this waiver, which the park's still requires people to sign before entering coming into the park. You as you you cannot sue us. She ended up getting zero Never gather day in court based center release that you said you can sue. Berg says the waivers are becoming quite common. At places like amusement parks and ski resorts and says it makes it tough to hold businesses accountable. In the end, he says, customers have to read the fine print carefully and weigh the risk versus the reward. That's Fox 31 7. Krugel reporting. No charges are going to be filed, apparently against Arapahoe County Sheriff Tyler Brown for an altercation last month at Greenwood Village Entertainment venue. Denver D A. Beth McCann made that announcement regarding the confrontation ATP industry She called Brown's behavior irresponsible and unprofessional, but not criminal. Brown. Thank the DEA insists he was putting an unwelcome position of having to protect and defend his wife and the new trailer is out for the highly anticipated prequel to The Sopranos..