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T3 Station Crash at Kentucky Kingdom

Jarrett

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http://www.wave3.com/story/38333792/kentucky-kingdom-roller-coaster-closed-after-accident

Seems to be a trend in my region as of lately with station collisions, first Steel Vengeance and now this. Not sure what caused this but it's kind of early, though I know this is one of the more common types of incidents to be had.

I think that it should be determined that T3 is obviously unsafe and should be demolished at once in the interest of safety. ;) Who's with me?
 

Lofty

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It spited us on the trip last year, so **** it.
 

Oliver.D

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Oh, after a painfull ride, you reach the breaks; you are happy its over, and then little accident happens. poor people.
 

Hutch

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Oh! Interesting! These new KumbaK trains must be working their magic on SLCs!
I was being sarcastic. The ride is horrendous. The new trains may have gotten rid of the headbanging but the ride is still shaky as ****, the transitions are terrible, and the restraint crushes your thighs.
 

Matt N

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I was being sarcastic. The ride is horrendous. The new trains may have gotten rid of the headbanging but the ride is still shaky as :emoji_zipper_mouth:, the transitions are terrible, and the restraint crushes your thighs.
Oh... the reception of SLCs really doesn't make me too confident for Infusion in August, although I reckon it might be better than everyone says it is.
 

gavin

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Oh... the reception of SLCs really doesn't make me too confident for Infusion in August, although I reckon it might be better than everyone says it is.
Infusion sits squarely in the middle of the SLCs. It's not good, but it's nowhere near as bad as a lot of others.
 

CrashCoaster

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Oh... the reception of SLCs really doesn't make me too confident for Infusion in August, although I reckon it might be better than everyone says it is.
I don't hate it, but it's fine if you keep your head forward, clear from the restraints. It still hurts your shoulders, but it's not as bad.
 
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