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Melbourne Show rollercoaster accident: Man who filmed Shylah Rodden reveals what happened


A traumatised man who accidentally captured the tragic moment a young woman was struck by a rollercoaster travelling 70km/h says he ‘hasn’t slept since’.

Witness Jordan said he was filming his sister and partner riding the Rebel Coaster at the Melbourne Royal Show on Sunday when he captured the moment Shylah Rodden, 26, was struck by the ride. 

The shocking video shows Ms Rodden get dragged halfway up the ride’s next loop before falling nine metres to the ground. 

Daily Mail Australia has chosen not to share the disturbing footage out of respect for Ms Rodden’s family.

Jordan said he is traumatised and 'hasn't slept' since accidentally filming the moment Shylah Rodden (above) was hit by a roller coaster at the Melbourne Royal Show

Jordan said he is traumatised and ‘hasn’t slept’ since accidentally filming the moment Shylah Rodden (above) was hit by a roller coaster at the Melbourne Royal Show

Disturbing footage, not published by the Daily Mail, shows the moment Ms Rodden (circled in red) was hit by a passenger carriage travelling 70km/h and dragged halfway up its next loop

Disturbing footage, not published by the Daily Mail, shows the moment Ms Rodden (circled in red) was hit by a passenger carriage travelling 70km/h and dragged halfway up its next loop

Jordan said he watched Ms Rodden walk to the track and…



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