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Travel About thirty wounded in a merry -go -round of the Legoland amusement park, in Bavaria

23:40  11 august  2022
23:40  11 august  2022 Source:   fr.euronews.com

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in Günzburg, Bavaria, two trains from the Russian Mountains of the Legoland park collided. The first train was stopped and the second who did not slow down enough "for an indefinite reason", struck him. Thirty injured, half hospitalized.

Le parc Legoland à Günzbourg © Stefan Puchner/DPA via AP The Legoland Park in Günzburg

The time was a party at the Legoland amusement park in Germany, until this accident which made around thirty injured, including two seriously. In Günzburg, Bavaria, two trains collided. The first train was stopped and the second who did not slow down enough "for an indefinite reason", struck him.

Two small trains can transport up to 20 people.

Among the injured on this merry -go -round include ten children, a teenager and a 20 -year -old person. A total of sixteen people had to be hospitalized.

LEGOLAND presents itself as one of the most famous parks in the country with its 64 attractions, including the famous roller coaster for thrill seekers.

In recent weeks, two fatal incidents linked to the roller coasters have taken place. Last Saturday in another park in Germany, and in Denmark, where a teenager was killed in mid-July.

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