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3 Most Dangerous Amusement Park Rides

Amusement parks are pretty safe nowadays.

However, accidents do happen, and sometimes on the rides that you might least expect.
What are some of the most dangerous amusement park rides in the world?

Well, in today's post we'll introduce 3 Most Dangerous Amusement Park Rides worldwide.

Let's dive in.

No.1  Action Park

The “Accident Park” was known as one of the most dangerous waterparks ever. It consisted of the Cannonball Loop, the Wave Pool, Alpine Slide and the deadly Kayak Experience.

Some of the rides on this list are commonly found in carnivals and fairs, while others are in theme parks.
According to BUSTLE, “oversight organizations like the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System does not track deaths, though data from 2013 suggests as many as 4,400 children sustain injuries on amusement park rides per year.”
You may want to think twice about riding on these awe-inspiring, adrenaline pumping, scary and dangerous amusement park rides.

The Wave Pool

Wave pools have been known for their increasingly common dangers. In many cases, it was suspected that the fans controlling the waves were up too high, ultimately resulting in a very dangerous attraction.

For instance, Action Park opened one of the first wave pools in the country in 1979. On opening day, it was estimated approximately 100 swimmers had to be rescued from the wave pool.

Kingda Ka

Kingda Ka is the adrenaline junkies dream amusement rides – no loops or spins, just a fast speed up the track and an almost completely vertical drop down. 
It is known as one of the tallest and fastest roller coasters in the world. Riders have claimed to have lost control of their facial muscles.