Six Flags park goers suffered the scare of their lives on Tuesday, March 13 when a roller coaster in San Antonio, Texas abruptly stopped in the middle of the ride. The riders were left dangling upside-down for a whopping 45 minutes, RadarOnline.com has learned.
In a shocking video, a man is heard saying, "They're really stuck.. that's crazy!" as he observes the stalled Batman ride.
According to park officials, the roller coaster was stopped after a safety sensor went off.
"One of the many sensors on the ride sent an alert,' a Six Flags spokesperson said in a statement.
Fortunately, no one was hurt, and the ride was reopened after an hour.
This isn't the first scary incident occurring at the popular amusement park franchise. In June of last year, a 14-year-old girl escaped death after falling 25 feet from the Sky Ride at a Queensbury, New York Six Flags.
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