Following last summer’s fatal accident at Six Flags Over Texas, a California Six Flags-Magic Mountain has also encountered an incident on one of its rides. According to the Dallas Morning News, the Ninja roller coaster at the Los Angeles-area amusement park hit a tree branch, dislodging the front car and injuring four people. The ride, which was carrying 22 passengers at the time, was then stuck at about 20 to 30 feet in the air for several hours. The last passengers to be removed from the ride were on board for close to three hours. The four injured passengers were stuck on the roller coaster for about an hour after the incident.
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