Following a lady's head injury from a metal section, the second-tallest exciting ride on the planet was for all time shut.
The second-tallest rollercoaster on the planet has finished its pursued it sent a piece of metal flying and fundamentally injured an observer.
It has been forever shut. The 420-foot-tall Top Rush Hot rod will be closed down, as Cedar Point park in Ohio said on Tuesday.
It has been dormant for a year since the misfortune. Keep perusing to get more familiar with what happened,
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The Speedster, which cost $25 million to construct, held the record for most noteworthy exciting ride when it originally appeared in 2003.