Cindy Low, Kate Goodchild, her brother Luke Dorsett and his partner Roozi Araghi were killed in the disaster in October 2016 at the Gold Coast theme park.
This week an inquiry into the tragedy has heard that Courtney Williams, a young attendant manning the ride, had tried to get victims out, The Courier-Mail reports.
It was Williams’ first week working on the Rapids ride. She was a level two operator who had been a ride operator for two years.
She was standing in the off-loading area when the ride malfunction and rafts collided and after alerting senior ride operator Peter Nemeth, she rushed to get people off the ride and saved a victim’s young son.
“Once the incident had unfolded, [Williams] went into emergency mode and assisted everyone she could, including [Cindy Low’s son] Kieran out of the ride,” lead police investigator Detective Sergeant Nicole Brown said.
The Courier-Mail reports Williams no longer works at Dreamworld.