Twenty-one people were trapped Sunday in the Crazy Train rollercoaster in Warrington, U.K.


It stopped 50ft (15m) in the air. Crews were called to the venue in Warrington, Cheshire, at about 13:00 BST and spent two hours rescuing the passengers. An air ambulance and the fire service have been called to the theme park. Emergency services had to construct a tower from scaffolding to rescue the stranded passengers, while paramedics reportedly gave a child on board the ride an asthma nebulizer. All of the passengers who were trapped on the ride were rescued. A Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service spokeswoman said no-one was injured in the incident. Entertainments Manager for Gulliver’s World, Ross Partridge explained ” The incident was reported as a code 1 ride breakdown as the car had stopped in an unusual position.”


Gulliver’s World is a theme park located in Warrington, England. It consists of multiple themed areas including Lilliput Land, Gully Town and Safari Kingdom. opened in 1989 and is the second Gulliver’s theme park to be built in the UK with the first being Gulliver’s Kingdom located in Matlock Bath. Significant rides at the park include The Antelope, The Crazy Train and Apache Falls. The park features rides and attractions that have been designed especially for children between the ages of two and 13. On Sunday, Gulliver’s World theme park was partially closed off after incident.


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