Amusement park guests in Ohio were forced to walk down a 200-plus-foot roller coaster by stairs after a mechanical issue.
The incident happened at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, on Monday, when guests at the amusement park had to evacuate the Magnum XL-200 roller coaster due to a mechanical issue.
Tony Clark, director of communications for Cedar Point, told Fox News Digital that the incident was the result of a “standard ride stoppage” which triggered the guest evacuation.
Josh Lett, who saw the evacuation, told Fox News Digital he hasn’t seen anything similar to this happen before.
The Magnum XL-200 roller coaster tops out at 205 feet and was the “Guinness Book of World Records holder for its leading edge height,” according to Cedar Point’s website.
It can reach speeds of 72 mph and lasts two minutes and 45 seconds.
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