In this image made from a video provided by the Prince George’s County Fire Department, firefighters respond to the scene after over a dozen people became stuck when a roller coaster stalled at Six Flags on Thursday, April 13, 2017, in Largo, Md. (Prince George’s County Fire Department via AP)

An amusement park left 24 riders stuck 30 metres in the air for three hours and 50 minutes.
After stalling, the Joker’s Jinx ride left the people stranded at100ft in the air until emergency services had to get passengers down one-by-one.
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‘To me it’s always seemed like the scariest ride,’ Julia Valverde, who was stuck on the ride with her younger brother, told NBC Washington.
The 15-year-old said: ‘We thought it was going to start shooting off again.’
She was riding the rollercoaster with a her younger brother and added: ‘After a good 30 seconds, the realization hit that no, we were really stuck.’
The ride came to a halt at Six Flags America in Largo, Maryland.
Six Flags’ website describes the Joker’s Jinx as having a ‘spaghetti bowl’ design, with the roller coaster doing ‘a cobra roll, a sidewinder loop, a corkscrew, …