Man Hit by Ninja at Six Flags Magic Mountain
Over the weekend, a man was hit by a roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain. According to the man’s brother-in-law, he was trying to retrieve a hat that he lost on a nearby ride. This sounds a lot like the fatal accident at Six Flags Over Georgia earlier this summer. Just like that accident, you really can’t blame Six Flags as the man trespassed before he was injured.

The park released a statement saying; “As required by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), Ninja is surrounded by 6-foot and 7-foot fences that are clearly marked by signs stating the area is restricted to authorized personnel only.”

More at KHTS.

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4 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    Lets see.There's a 6 foot fence with signs warning everyone…There's another 7 foot fence to reinforce the warning…This person took the gamble and disregarded all warnings and was determined to get the hat. The stupid idiot deserved it! Six flags should sue the moron for all the man hours required to save his dumba$$. The Valencia EMT should sue for responding to the idiot.

  2. Anonymous

    Honestly! Noise ass people need to mind there own buisneSs!!!!!!!! When it is done to them or there family member they would understand to keep there mouth shut!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Or even happen to them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Anonymous

    Hey anonymous, It would not happen to me or my family because we are not stupid enough to hop TWO fences near a fricken roller coaster moving 55 mph to get a $10 hat. That is why Magic Mountain has a Lost & Found who will be happy to get that for you after the park closes THAT night.


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