Rollercoaster goers at Universal Studios in Japan were left hanging upside down for up nearly two hours Tuesday afternoon.
About 64 guests aboard the Flying Dinosaur ride were up 100ft when the carts stalled. All guest were lowered to safety later and the ride resumed operation two hours after. The incident was reportedly due to a motor-regulating device on the rails.
The amusement park said the Flying Dinosaur #RollerCoaster two carriages stalled midway through the ride, with riders suspended in a flying position about 30 meters above the ground #universalstudiosjapan - https://t.co/qA638EBb4s pic.twitter.com/EP5ylz5TfA— The Himalayan Times (@thehimalayan) May 2, 2018