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Amusement Park Terror: Two People Drop 34 Feet After Rollercoaster Derails In Daytona

Rollercoaster Derails Daytona Beach
Source: Getty/Daytona Bach Fire Department

Jun. 15 2018, Published 11:26 a.m. ET

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Two people were sent flying 34 feet after a roller coaster derailed in Daytona Beach, Florida, this Thursday night.

According to Fox 35, the local Fire Department rushed to rescue people inside a “dangling rollercoaster car” at around 8:31 pm.

RadarOnline.com has learned that six park goers were sent to the hospital following the ride catastrophe.

The terrifying incident comes months after a water park operator was indicted in Kansas City following a fatal water slide tragedy.

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Similarly, in May 2017 in Texas, various amusement park goers were left stranded on top of a 120-foot roller coaster for three hours, after the ride suddenly stopped at its highest point.

Stay with Radar for updates on the Dayton beach funfair terror.

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