34 people were injured on an attraction in Germany

34 people were injured on an attraction in Germany

34 people injured on a ride in Germany

Photo: Roller coaster /Spiegel 

Two sets of trolleys collided on a rollercoaster in the Legoland park in the German city of Günzburg (Federal State of Bavaria). This is reported by Spiegel. 

As a result of the incident on the attraction" Fire Dragon” 34 people were injured, two victims were seriously injured.

It is not yet specified what exactly caused the accident on the attraction. The amusement park will continue to work. 

The interlocutor of the publication suggested that the cause The incident could have been a sudden braking of one of the trolley trains, due to which another crashed into it.

According to the information of the park, the rollercoaster move at a speed of up to eight meters per second, which corresponds to approximately 29 km/h.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga