Six Flags Great Adventure
A fire broke out late Monday at a barn at the Six Flags Great Adventure amusement park in Jackson, New Jersey.
Officials said a faulty transformer caused the outage at the park in Jackson Township.
The theme park announced on Thursday Looping Dragon will join the park’s other thrill rides.
Six Flags Great Adventure has issued an apology to a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who was denied entry to the amusement park over a shirt their policy deems “offensive.”
New Jersey’s Six Flags Great Adventure is celebrating its first sea lion pup born at the park.
State inspectors are still reviewing paperwork required for Six Flags Great Adventure to open what it calls the world’s tallest and fastest drop ride.
Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson says Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom will hoist riders 415 feet in the air and drop them back to the ground at 90 mph. Adding to the thrill factor: The park’s Kingda Ka roller coaster trains will hurl toward riders on Zumanjaro at speeds up to 128 mph.
It was a roller coaster ride with a very unexpected scare. A young boy’s decision to sit in the front seat could have killed him — thanks to a mid-ride collision with a bird!
Thomas Smith, 20, was released after his family posted $150,000 bond. He is charged with operating a motor vehicle while impaired on drugs.
Thomas Smith of Ridge is set to face a judge on Sunday following Saturday’s car crash that killed two teenage passengers. 20-year-old Smith is charged with driving under the influence of prescription drugs.
Howell police say they caught the baboon Saturday afternoon. It appeared to be unharmed when it was found and then tranquilized on a farm in Howell Township.
If you’ve always wanted to stand up while riding a roller coaster then your dream has come true.
Officials say the ride will be 154 feet tall and reach speeds of up to 63 mph. The coaster will offer a 2 minute ride and will begin with a 45-degree vertical drop before rocketing riders through five loops.