Riders Get Trapped Upside-Down In The Middle Of An Amusement Park Ride

It came true for thrill-seekers at Kennywood Park in Western Pennsylvania on Monday when the Aero 360 they were in halted in the middle of a ride.
Riders Get Trapped Upside-Down In The Middle Of An Amusement Park Ride
Riders Get Trapped Upside-Down

The most prevalent worry of amusement park visitors is becoming trapped inside or on moving rides. It came true for thrill-seekers at Kennywood Park in Western Pennsylvania on Monday when the Aero 360 they were in halted in the middle of a ride.

The Associated Press published a video on YouTube of individuals stranded on top of the coaster. Watch the video here:

All passengers were later removed and the Aero 360 attraction was shut down

The passengers were later removed, and the Aero 360 attraction was shut down. According to ABC, an investigation into the event has commenced, and the ride will not be operational until then.

"Maintenance personnel responded, promptly returning the ride to its appropriate rest position, and securely evacuating the riders... Our first and greatest goal is safety. "The ride will stay closed while an investigation into the event is done," a park official told CBS Pittsburgh.

A similar incident occurred recently at a UK amusement park

Lyla Brunner, a park visitor, told CBS Pittsburgh, "I probably won't ride it ever." I hope it doesn't happen again. Some rides, even if they get stuck, are still enjoyable.

A similar incident occurred recently at a UK amusement park. A rollercoaster at Blackpool Pleasure Beach became stuck in the middle of a ride, leaving riders stranded more than 200 feet above the ground.

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