TRIBUNJATENG.COM, AARHUS – A roller coaster accident has occurred at the Tivoli Friheden amusement park in Aarhus, Denmark.
A 14-year-old girl died in the incident.
According to a statement from park management, the horse-drawn carriage in which the girl and several other people were traveling was cut from the roller coaster series.
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The Copenhagen girl’s cause of death is still unclear, as reported IPU.
East Jutland Police said they would announce the girl’s cause of death after an inquest.
The amusement park will be closed for the duration of the investigation.
In addition to the girl, a 13-year-old boy also sustained hand injuries following the roller coaster incident.
East Jutland Police have asked the public to refrain from sharing videos and photos of the roller coaster crash on social media.
However, police have also asked to contact authorities if they wish to share any information that could help the investigation.
However, authorities say they should contact police if they want to share any information that could help the investigation.
There was an accident on the Cobra roller coaster in 2008.
The 2008 crash left four young men with severe broken bones while one victim suffered a concussion.
“We have left the playground and are offering psychological assistance to those nearby,” Tivoli CEO Friheden Henrik Ragborg Olesen said, according to Copenhagen Post.
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