Rescuers attracted three helicopters: More than 30 people were injured in an amusement park in Germany in a roller coaster accident


34 people have been injured in a Feuerdrache (“Fire Dragon”) rollercoaster accident at Legoland in Günzburg, Germany. About it informs edition of the Augsburger Allgemeine Zeitung with reference to the local police.

According to media reports, two people received serious injuries as a result of the incident, and 32 victims escaped with bruises. It is reported that more than a dozen ambulances and three helicopters were involved in the rescue operation.

According to preliminary data, the train stopped on a roller coaster, and the next train drove into it. It is also known that Legoland remained open and its rides worked despite the accident in the park.


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