Ride shuts down at Six Flags in Maryland

Park officials shut down the new ride “Spinsanity” over safety concerns after a video showed a column shaking midway through the ride. No one was hurt.
0:16 | 06/23/21

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The scare at Six Flags America outside Washington DC safety sensors Holton the new ride its been sanity as it's called. Video showing a column actually shaking rider still buckled into their seats don't hurt ride spins up to seventy miles per hour rising 150 feet. Above ground.

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