Twenty people trapped at top of roller coaster for two hours


Twenty people were left trapped at the top of a roller coaster for almost two hours on Wednesday.

The terrifying incident happened on the Arkham Asylum Coaster, at the Warner Bros Movie World park on Australia’s Gold Coast.

Those riding the coaster were seated in chairs suspended from the ride.

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Footage of the dramatic rescue shows firefighters extending ladders up to the top of the ride, while attempting to free everyone who was stuck.

Fortunately no one was injured in the ordeal, a spokeswoman for Queensland Fire and Emergency Services confirmed.

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