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02 December 2015 22:01:30 WN.com - World News
A lot of talk has been going on lately that Universal Studios Orlando may be trying to bulk up their fight against Walt Disney World. Rumor has it that the company is going to be a buying a lot of land, over 450 acres as a matter of fact, and that they are going to......
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24 November 2015 07:00:11 Latest News - UPI.com
By Brian McNally, The Sports Xchange ASHBURN, Va. -- One week, the Washington Redskins can do nothing wrong. The next, they can do nothing right.
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06 October 2015 10:01:21 Arabian Business - Home
Dragon roller coaster will be the park’s biggest ride, at 16 metres high and reaching speeds of up to 60kph
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14 September 2015 06:24:15 WN.com - Asia News
(Source: Beijing Municipal Government) Tourists enjoy roller coaster at Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore, May 30, 2011. Universal Studios says it plans to complete its Hollywood theme park in Beijing by 2019. The...
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25 August 2015 09:16:44 WN.com - Asia News
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03 July 2015 03:54:24 China Daily
A wooden roller coaster makes its debut in Wuhu city, East China’s Anhui province, July 1, 2015. The structure is 1060 meters long, 32 meters high at its highest point, and allows for speeds of up to 91 km/h. It claims to be the largest wooden roller coaster in East China.
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17 June 2015 02:45:34 WN.com - World News
LOS ANGELES - A 10-year-old girl who fell unconscious while riding a roller coaster at southern California's Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park died of natural causes, a coroner's official said on Tuesday....
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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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02 June 2015 17:30:49 WN.com - World News
LONDON (AP) — A roller coaster collision at a British amusement park has left...
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29 May 2015 13:53:07 WN.com - America News
YEARS AGO I vowed never to go on a roller coaster again. I have succeeded physically. However the things going on in Barbados do take me on a mental roller-coaster ride. ......
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