All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘amusement park’

Six Flags Fight Leaves Teen In Coma

A fight that occurred on Saturday night at Six Flags America during the first weekend of Halloween Fright Fest has left a 15-year-old boy in a medically induced coma. According to witnesses, the night was full of fights, but visitors started calling police at approximately 8:50 p.m. when a large brawl broke out amongst a group of teenage boys. Despite …

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Six Flags Fight: Attempt To Bring The Purge To Life?

The Six Flags fight in Prince George’s County, Maryland may have all started because a group of teens watched “The Purge” one too many times. Margo Hodge, who was at Six Flags on Saturday night, witnessed the utter chaos first hand. The Navy veteran and former nursing student said that she and her husband were leaving the amusement park at …

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Roller Coaster Accident Leaves Dozens Stranded

When you go to an amusement park, you plan to have a fun day and the last thing on your mind is being stranded or injured on a ride. Over 20 people were stranded on the Ninja roller coaster at a Six Flags amusement park in southern California on Monday evening, when it was hit by a falling tree and …

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Cedar Point Closed: Amusement Park Working To Fix Water Main Break

Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio, was closed on Saturday morning, due to a broken water main that supplied the park with water. Reports said that it will be closed until June 9, Monday. Park officials called their employees and told them to stay at home until further notice. According to park officials, crews were working feverishly to bring …

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Legoland Closes After Threats To Muslim Family Day

The Legoland park in Windsor, England shut its doors to visitors after receiving threats from far-right extremists. The park was scheduled to host a private event for the MRDF last weekend (Muslim Research and Development Foundation), and they have sold about 4,000 tickets for the event. When the information became public, threats started flooding the park’s Facebook page, voicemails, and …

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