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Warrington, UK – CHILDREN have been left screaming in terror after becoming stuck on a rollercoaster when its wheels reportedly fell off at Gulliver’s World.
Around 21 young passengers are said to have become stuck on the ride for more than an hour at the popular theme park in Warrington.
The article goes on to state the following:
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service said: “Firefighters were called to Gulllivers World in Shackleton Close, Warrington following reports of approximately 21 people trapped on a roller coaster ride.
“Crews, with the help of Gullivers World staff and paramedics worked to rescue them.
“They used ladders to help get to the people trapped on the ride which was approximately 50ft high up.
“They secured the carriages to ensure they were stable.
“A scaffolding tower was then built and those trapped continued to be freed and brought to safety. The line rescue team set up a twin line lowering system to rescue three people.
“It is not believed there are any injuries. The last remaining are being brought down.”
@cheshirepolice have responded to incident at #GulliversWorld together with @CheshireFire North West Ambulance Service. This has NOT been declared a major incident, latest update can be found on @CheshireFire website – https://t.co/4NPtM2MprM pic.twitter.com/mCKt2mLyAL
— Det Ch Supt Wenham (@Det_Supt_Wenham) September 15, 2018
Emergency services are at the scene in #Warrington @CheshireFire say they received reports that about 21 people were trapped on a roller coaster 50ft high at #Gullivers world. Staff & crews are bringing the people to safety using ladders & a scaffolding tower. https://t.co/9lUAZWbItU
— BBC Radio Manchester (@BBCRadioManc) September 15, 2018
Latest update from @CheshireFire on the 21 people who were stuck on a ride in #Warrington at Gullivers World. They have all been brought to safety and there are no injuries. pic.twitter.com/Adj1wmm8ft
— Radio City News (@RadioCityNews) September 15, 2018
— Warrington Guardian (@warringtonnews) September 15, 2018
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