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.
He added that this was a “check engine light” situation and the ride couldn’t be immediately restarted.
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Josh Lett, who saw the evacuation, told Fox News Digital he hasn’t seen anything similar to this happen before.
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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.
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It can reach speeds of 72 mph and lasts two minutes and 45 seconds.