CRANDON, Wis. -- Riders on a roller coaster got quite the thrill ride, getting stuck upside down.
The roller coaster at the Forest County Festival in Crandon, Wisconsin, shut down mid-ride. Passengers were left stuck for at least three hours.
The shut-down is believed to be due to a malfunction. Emergency responders from surrounding counties arrived to remove the passengers.
Every passenger was rescued safely and taken to the hospital.
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