Cinema is there to make people realize that ‘Final Destination 3’ will not let us lie. In the horror feature, when a group of teenagers led by Mary Elizabeth Winstead go on a roller coaster for free time, tragedy is already written, and a malfunction caused by a falling video camera sparks something bloodier and more dangerous. Weird scenes of the genre (if you have the stomach, see the end of the text). With more luck than fiction, an amusement park in America had an amazing chance to avoid disaster when netizens alerted them to a huge hidden crack in one of the rides.
One of the attractions at Carowinds Park in Charlotte, North Carolina, a roller coaster called Fury 325, was temporarily banned by staff after the content went viral and came to their attention.
Video shared by viewer Jeremy Wagner showed the Fury 325 roller coaster at Carowinds Park going through a large crack on the high side of the ride. As the vehicle approaches the rail near the defect, the system is moved impressively by a few centimeters.
A spokesperson for the park told Fox News Digital that park maintenance staff are inspecting the ride while it is closed. “Carowinds has closed Fury 325 after park staff noticed a crack at the top of a steel support pillar,” a spokesperson said in a statement. “The park maintenance team is conducting a thorough inspection and the ride will remain closed until repairs are complete. Safety is our top priority and we appreciate the patience and understanding of our valued guests during this process. As part of our extensive safety protocols, all rides, including Fury 325, are inspected for proper operation and structural integrity. are subjected to daily inspections to ensure
According to the amusement park’s website, Fury 325 is “North America’s tallest, fastest and longest giga roller coaster,” reaching speeds of 152.8 km/h and a maximum height of 99 meters, followed by a “dramatic 81-degree drop.”
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