Test Dummies Fly Out Of NJ Roller Coaster Allegedly Damaging Nearby Hotel

A New Jersey amusement park was running their routine safety check in April when they experienced some problems. Two of their water-filled test dummies went flying out of the roller coaster and crashed through a nearby hotel's roof. Even with these problems they insist that nothing is wrong... I don't trust them, sorry.

The incident occurred at Playland Castaway Cove in Ocean City, NJ. According to NBC Philadelphia, the Vice President of Playland's Castaway Cove is on damage control and claims their GaleForce roller coaster is completely safe. He added, "No one was hurt during the incident. a roofer responded to the scene within an hour to make sure repairs and the test dummies were trashed."

Apparently, nothing on the actual ride failed but that leaves me wondering how the test dummies flew out of their seats.

The video below shows what the roller coaster looks like!

 
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