Roller Coaster Death Prompts Closing Of Other Ride

July 25, 2013 10:40 am Published by

After a woman fell to her death from a Six Flags roller coaster in Arlington last week, the San Antonio Six Flags has temporarily closed the Iron Rattler roller coaster, though no injuries have been reported there.

Last Friday, the 52-year-old woman tumbled from the amusement park ride Texas Giant, which at its highest point has a drop of more than 140 feet.  The ride has been closed until the investigation into the death and its cause is complete.

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