A Rollercoaster has derailed at a theme park in Scotland. Several people are injured there condition is not yet known.
The Rollercoaster came of the tracks at M&D’s amusement park in North Lanarkshire, Scotland.
BREAKING: Police Scotland say 7 people hurt at M&DS theme park in Motherwell after the Tsunami rollercoaster derails pic.twitter.com/fqmoS5cEy6
— Connor Gillies (@ConnorGillies) June 26, 2016
The Rollercoaster landed on a children’s biking area within the theme park
— Jacqueline Barr (@Jacquelinebarr1) June 26, 2016
Police Hour understands seven people have been hurt in the incident which left people trapped within the rollercoaster upside as it smashed into the ground with their legs pointing towards the sky.
Emergency services are responding to an ongoing incident at M&Ds theme park in Motherwell and further updates will be given in due course.
— Police Scotland (@policescotland) June 26, 2016
The theme park has now been closed following what they have described as a serious incident and won’t be open until further notice.
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