World's tallest roller coaster stops suddenly, 2 hurt

TSU, Japan - The world's tallest and longest roller coaster at Nagashima Spaland in Nagashima, Mie Prefecture, halted suddenly on Aug. 23, seriously injuring one passenger and another person at a nearby pool. The first car of the Steel Dragon 2000 roller coaster stopped about 8 meters above the ground after running off the track. (Kyodo)

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