Another theme park worker injured in coaster mishap
Written by Robert Niles
An 18-year-old amusement park worker was in "very serious" condition in a U.K. hospital last night after falling 80 feet from the roller coaster on which he was working.Tweet
The accident happened on the Twist and Shout coaster, a Schwarzkopf Silverarrow model at Loudoun Castle Theme Park in Ayrshire, Scotland.
The ride was down when the incident happened, though news reports did not detail what the employee was doing on the ride.
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