A teenager who saw her mother and two uncles killed on a Dreamworld theme park ride in 2016 is still fighting a lawsuit against the owners, Ardent Leisure.
Ebony Turner was just 12 when the Thunder River Rapids ride malfunctioned, killing her mother Kate Goodchild, her uncle Luke Dorsett and his partner Roozi Araghi.
The family has shielded the now 16-year-old since the accident, but four years on, frustration at the legal impasse has forced them to speak out.
In an exclusive interview with the ABC, her grandfather has called on Ardent Leisure to give Ebony a break and strike a deal out of court.
Michael Inman reports.
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