first_img A rider’s amusement park experience recently turned scary when their ride stopped working and they became stuck 55 feet above the ground.On June 30, “The Vomatron” ride at an amusement park in Bay County, Florida, suddenly experienced a power failure, Fox News reported. According to a Twitter post, the Bay County Fire Rescue responded to the incident and came to rescue the passenger from the defunct ride, who was trapped in a near horizontal position. Thankfully, the rider was not hurt following the ride failure issue, which is still under investigation.An unusual rescue for #BCFR today! Crews rescued a rider from an amusement ride after the ride lost power. The rider was stuck 55 feet up.Ladder 1 was put to good use by firefighters & we are happy to report the rider, though shaken, is fine. credit: Captain G. Moschella pic.twitter.com/jzevG9fxtc— Bay County FL EM (@BayCountyEM) June 30, 2019“An unusual rescue for #BCFR today! Crews rescued a rider from an amusement ride after the ride lost power,” the Bay County Fire Rescue wrote on Twitter. “The rider was stuck 55 feet up. Ladder 1 was put to good use by firefighters & we are happy to report the rider, though shaken, is fine.”According to Funtime Group, “The Vomatron” is a massive propeller ride with seats on each end that rotates riders at speeds more than 74 mph. The best part? It also spins in reverse and puts 4gs of force onto passengers who want a thrilling amusement experience.More on Geek.com:Muggles Had to Wait 10 Hours to Ride New ‘Harry Potter’ Roller CoasterNew Carnival Cruise Ship Will Have ‘First Roller Coaster at Sea’This Giant Lego Roller Coaster Is Built for Thrill-Seeking Minifigs Stay on target Elon Musk’s Cheeky ‘Nuke Mars!’ Post Is Taking Over TwitterA ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’-Themed Cookbook Is Coming This Fall last_img