Roller coaster leaves Texas thrill-seekers dangling

- Thrill-seekers were left dangling on a roller coaster at a theme park in Arlington, Texas on Wednesday, March 14, after a technical glitch grounded the ride to a halt.

Videos captured at theme park Six Flags Over Texas by eyewitness Cameron McEntire show people in carts on park roller coaster Batman: The Ride being held at the edge of a track loop.

Passengers were left stranded on the ride for 45 minutes after a safety sensor accidentally went off, according to local news reports. They were eventually delivered to the ground unharmed, the report said.

Credit: Cameron McEntire via Storyful

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