Disney World Roller Coaster Accident 2014
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12 August 2016 16:04:26 WN.com - World News
A 3-year-old boy was thrown from a roller coaster without seatbelts in Pennsylvania on Thursday. The boy’s condition is unknown, but Idlewild & Soak Zone park officials told WPXI that ......
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12 August 2016 01:59:21 WN.com - World News
A boy has been hospitalized after falling from a wooden roller-coaster in Pennsylvania. It's the third amusement park accident reported in the U.S. this week. ......
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27 June 2016 01:57:05 FOX News
Police say a roller coaster derailed and crashed at a theme park in Scotland, injuring eight children and two adults.
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26 June 2016 19:04:14 FOX News
Seven people were injured when a roller-coaster derailed at a Scottish amusement park on Sunday.
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13 May 2016 12:24:18 WN.com - Europe News
(Source: Euro Disney SCA) As soon as the attraction closed on 28 February, the engineers from the Maintenance division took over Studio C to start numerous works. Jean-Philippe Denève and...
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01 April 2016 15:24:54 WN.com - World News
Valencia, California (CNN)Piloting a fighter jet, dodging skyscrapers and battling alien intruders -- all while barreling along a steel track hundreds of feet in the air. Welcome aboard a virtual reality roller coaster. It's a concept that may change roller coasters forever by combining the traditional steel track with VR technology to place thrill seekers in a completely virtual world. Here's how it works: Before boarding the coaster, riders strap a VR headset across their face. They won't see where the...
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07 September 2015 11:35:36 China News latest RSS headlines - China National News.com
After a roller coaster rush since July 2014, China's stock market has stabilized and risks have been released to some extent, the securities regulator said ...
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05 June 2015 16:45:14 timesofmalta.com
Alton Towers is to reopen “within the next few days” but the ride involved in the crash in which 16 people were injured will remain shut for the foreseeable future, the company which runs the park has announced. Four people were seriously hurt in Tuesday’s accident involving the Smiler ride and the Staffordshire tourist attraction has been closed since then, racking up losses of around £500,000 a day for owner Merlin Entertainment. The company said today that new “safety protocols” were being issued. The company said: “The safety of our visitors is our fundamental priority. We have a strong safety record at Alton Towers and across the Merlin Group. “Today we are enhancing our safety standards by issuing an additional set of safety protocols and procedures that will reinforce the safe operation of our multi-car roller coasters. These are effective immediately. “Each roller coaster has its own individual operating process and characteristics. Our central safety management team, together with local park operations, will now work to implement and brief operating staff on these protocols. “As a consequence, two roller coaster rides have been withdrawn from service until the new...
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03 June 2015 05:05:19 WN.com - World News
An air ambulance flies over The Smiler at Alton Towers in Alton, Britain where 16 were injured. Photo: Daren Staples London: Three teenagers are among four people seriously injured when two carriages on a roller coaster collided at the Alton Towers theme park in central England. The accident happened on The Smiler, an 80km/h ride featuring a world record 14 loops, when a carriage carrying 16 passengers crashed into an empty carriage that was stationary at the top of the ride. Four passengers - two men aged 27 and 18, a 17-year-old girl and a 19-year-old woman...
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03 June 2015 03:34:36 WN.com - World News
An air ambulance flies over The Smiler at Alton Towers in Alton, Britain where 16 were injured. Photo: Daren Staples London: Four teenagers have been seriously injured after two carriages on a roller coaster collided at the Alton Towers theme park in central England. The Tuesday afternoon accident happened on The Smiler, an...
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