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Dramatic moment four teen girls are rescued from California amusement park ride after malfunction


A roller coaster at a California theme park stopped while in service, leaving four young girls trapped 65 feet in the air, leading to a dramatic rescue from local fire personnel.

The girls, who have not been identified but are all teenagers, were uninjured after being rescued by the Sacramento Metro Fire Department on Monday. 

The incident took place at around 6:46p.m. at the Scandia Fun Center in North Highlands, about 10 miles outside of Sacramento. 

The girls were riding a yellow roller coaster at the park when all of a sudden, it just stopped and after technicians were unable to free the car electronically and manually. 

General Manager Brian Nichols had spent much of the afternoon inspecting the coaster, having noticed it was running a little slowly due to cool weather. 

A roller coaster at a California theme park stopped while in service, leaving four young girls trapped 65 feet in the air

A roller coaster at a California theme park stopped while in service, leaving four young girls trapped 65 feet in the air

The girls, who have not been identified but are all teenagers, were uninjured after being rescued by the Sacramento Metro Fire Department on Monday

The girls, who have not been identified but are all teenagers, were…



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