Riders stuck at 235-Feet as rollercoaster malfunctions in UK

The riders of the Big One ride in Blackpool Pleasure Beach in UK were left stranded at the top following a rollercoaster malfunction.

Rollercoaster riders were left stranded at a height of 235 feet because of a glitch at an amusement park in the United Kingdom on May 15, reported NDTV.

A video of the incident has also surfaced. A user posted a video in this context. ChronSallie posted the video to Twitter and wrote, “When you’ve just got off the Big One and the next car gets stuck at the top.”

Reports say, Big One was the tallest and the steepest roller coaster in the world when it opened in 1994. It can be seen from across the Fylde coast due to its height and prominence on Blackpool’s skyline.

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