Wednesday, July 02, 2003

Yesterday 24 people got stranded on a rollercoaster at a Six Flags amusement park in Maryland. The normally two minute thrill ride stretched into two hours of terror as they sat helplessly 130 ft. in the air. Park personnel were finally able to bring the ride back to ground level just as the fire department was preparing to mount a rescue effort.
Afterwards, Six Flags management charged the riders an additional $50 because "they got far more than their money's worth."

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