You might want to reconsider your summer trip to New Jersey’s Six Flags Great Adventure.
One of the park’s most popular roller-coasters, Nitro, got stuck midway and the passengers were forced to find their way back to the ground, by walking along the tracks. How scary is that?!
A Six Flags representative says that, because of a power failure, the ride stopped on the hill. Fortunately, no one was injured. The famous coaster is known for reaching high speeds of 80 m.p.h and heights of up to 230 feet. Watch as the thrill-seekers make their way down the coaster on the clip above.