Twenty people were rescued after a high-speed roller coaster stopped prematurely at Texas Six Flags.

According to the amusement park, several people were rescued on Saturday after a roller coaster stopped while driving at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio.

Around 11:54 am Poltergeist Ride According to WOAI, the park said passengers were closed while on board.

The Poltergeist, first introduced in 1999, Roller coaster with a total length of 2,700 feet According to Six Flags, this moves passengers from 0 to 60 mph in less than 4 seconds.

At that time, a park representative told NBC News:20 guests While waiting for help, they prepare water and are fixed in an upright position.

According to WOAI, several fire brigades and rescue teams gathered in the park to help unload passengers from the vehicle.

Each passenger Walked individually KXAN reported.

Was everyone Safely remove According to KTVT, it will be until 3:15 pm after boarding.

No one was injured.

“Guest safety is our number one priority,” Park told NBC. “The vehicle will remain closed until a full inspection is completed.”

The cause of the ride stop has not been reported.

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