California teens rescued from amusement park ride that stranded them 65 feet in air

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Four teenage girls were rescued at a California amusement park on Tuesday after a ride went haywire and they were stranded in mid-air.
The girls were riding a roller coaster at the Scandia Fun Center in the North Highlands when the ride suddenly stopped and they got stuck about 65 feet off the ground.
The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District was called to assist after technicians were unable to electronically and manually extricate the car.
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The video shows a fire brigade reaching the victims with a turntable ladder truck and protecting the car from moving. The car restraint systems were released manually and the four girls were assisted by first responders from the ride and up a ladder.
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It is not known why the ride stopped.
The fire department said on Tuesday that the entire incident lasted about an hour.
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“Metro Fire is a true all-hazard, all-risk agency. Our rescue crews have pre-planned this facility and other target hazards in our district, and we continuously train for these types of incidents," the fire department said.
The girls were not hurt and they were given free treats and tickets to return to the park where hopefully they will have more fun.

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