The event happened on Wednesday at around 6 o’clock at the Branson, Missouri, theme park. The Frisco Silver Dollar Line Steam Train from the park was engaged in the incident.
The park acknowledged that some of the train’s components had veered off the track, but it made no mention of potential causes.
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The park acknowledged in a statement that six visitors and one employee had been taken by ambulance to the hospital.
According to CoxHealth representatives, they are seeing a number of patients. Unknown is the degree of their wounds.
According to reports, there may have been 100 to 200 passengers on the train at the time Eyewitness reports claim that several train cars have turned over.
Shuttles are picking up passengers close to the railroad rails. A witness informed KOLR 10 News that she and her husband observed that their train car’s wheels were silver rather than black rubber after the train overturned.
They said they could hear the train dragging as well. In addition, the witness saw people breaking train windows to get off, with at least one person being taken away in an ambulance.
According to its website, the 20-minute excursion on the Frisco Silver Dollar Line Steam Train takes place in the surrounding countryside of the entertainment park.
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According to the ride’s description, train thieves appear to temporarily interrupt the experience.
More than 61 acres make up the theme park, which is focused on Ozarks culture in the 1880s.
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