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It's happened again.
Another roller coaster has trapped its two-dozen passengers 75-feet in the air at Six Flags America in Maryland.
The ride, called Joker's Jinx, malfunctioned while the the riders were upright, which is lucky because it goes upside down four times throughout the course!
Can you imagine being stuck upside down on a malfunctioning roller coaster? It's bad enough being almost 80-feet in the air, but the thought of being upside down kind of scares us exponentially more.
However, while the people who were on the ride were probably terrified/terribly annoyed, there were no reported injuries, so that's some wonderful silver lining!
These stories about roller coasters trapping riders for hours at a time certainly don't have us wanting to go to an amusement park anytime soon.