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Ninja at SFMM hits a tree and derails. 4 injuries reported.

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  • Ninja at SFMM hits a tree and derails. 4 injuries reported.

    Injuries reported in incident involving Ninja roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain - 10News.com KGTV ABC10 San Diego
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    Re: Ninja at SFMM hits a tree and derails. 4 injuries reported.

    CTV News also reporting:
    People trapped on roller-coaster in L.A. theme park | CTV News

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      I thought Ninja had been replaced by another coaster years ago. Hope everyone is OK.

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        I am glad no one was seriously hurt. I bet they are looking at every single tree around the ride and trimming where needed.

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          Re: Ninja at SFMM hits a tree and derails. 4 injuries reported.

          Seeing reports citing OSHA sources that it was a tree, not a branch, that fell onto the tracks. Still thinking this is likely to be an "act of God" kind of situation, but ouch. Could have been a LOT worse.
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