Fire Crew Rescue Teens Stuck on Sacramento Rollercoaster 65 Feet in the Air

A crew from the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District rescued four teenage girls who were stuck on a rollercoaster on Monday, November 21, according to local news.

The fire department said the incident occurred at the Scandia Fun Center in North Highlands, where “several occupants” were on the frozen rollercoaster.

The occupants, who were stuck approximately 65 feet up, according to the fire department, were removed safely by ladder truck with no injuries reported. Credit: Sacramento Metro Fire via Storyful

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