Published: Sat, May 05, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Faulty part caused Osaka roller coaster incident

Faulty part caused Osaka roller coaster incident

The last passenger had to wait two hours before being brought down. While one carriage stopped at this distance, the other one ended right before reaching the terminal.

In a statement released by the theme park, it informed about no injuries being reported among about 60 passengers on the Jurassic Park-inspired Flying Dinosaur roller coaster after two carriages suddenly got stuck at around 4:45 p.m.

The Osaka theme park is especially packed this time of year due to Japan's "Golden Week", a string of holidays which many get off work to celebrate. According to the website of theme park, the roller coaster is among the latest additions to the amusement park.

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Theme park staff rescued the 64 stranded passengers via an aisle alongside the rollercoaster tracks.

The ride resumed operation after repairs and safety checks.

A spokesperson for USJ said the suspension of the roller coaster was the result of the operator's priority on safety. "I don't want to ride it anymore", one woman visiting the park told the Times.

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Another 24-year-old woman said the ride is terrifying and the authorities must make necessary amends to operate is safely. The ride was launched in March 2016, with the highest point hitting 37 meters above the ground.

The white-knuckle ride launched in March 2016 and is now the world's longest flying roller coaster, boasting a top speed of 62mph.

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