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Passengers escorted off A一146期老板跑狗 lton Towers ride 'Oblivion' after it halts at highest point

of 180ftPassengers are being escorted off a theme park ride at Alton Towers after it stopped at its highest point. Terrified thrillseekers are being helped to safety from the Oblivion ride after it got stuck 180ft up. The ride came to an abrupt stop mid-way forcing 16 passeng

ers to climb down the side of the tracks. Witness Jack Hughes, 18, told MailOnline: “The carriage is completely

stuck at the top and it isn’t going. “About six staff all went up with harnesses and starte

d taking the riders off. “People were gathering around and looking up at the ride. There were a few staff from the nearby shops that were looking up at it as well.” Terrified thrillseekers are being helped to safety from the coaster after it got stuck 180ft up (Image: @jssbrry/Twitter) The ride came to an abrupt stop mi

d-way (Image: @AlexHeasmann /Twitter) The theme park said the rollercoast

er stopped after a minor technical fault and that the safety of customers had not been compromised. A video, taken by Alex Heasmann, shows people being rescued by crew wearing helmets as

they use ropes to release them from their seats. The ride features a huge drop and has a top speed

of 68mph. The coaster is just yards away from the Smiler ride - where two teenage girls each lost a leg and 14 others were injured in June 2015. The Oblivion ride features a huge drop and has a top speed of 68mph (Image: SWNS.com) Read MoreRelated ArticlesAlton

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mid-air staring at rocks Last year a judge fined Merlin Attractions Operations Ltd, which owns Alton Towers, 5million and branded the theme park a shambles. The Smiler ride reopened in March 2016, after a number of changes were made including improved access and a policy of closing the ride when winds exceeded 34mph. An Alton Towers spokesperson told Mirror.co.uk: This afternoon Oblivion stopped after a sensor on the ride detected a

minor technical fault. The ride performed exactly as it is designed to do. In line with our

well-rehearsed procedures, guests were assist

ed from the ride. At no point was guest safety compromised.

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