At Six Flags Great Adventure, at least five people were hurt on the El Toro roller coaster.
Local police and park officials say that at least five people were hurt on the El Toro ride at Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey on Thursday night.
A Six Flags representative told The Post that several people who rode the roller coaster around 7:30 p.m. said their backs hurt,
and five of them were taken to a nearby hospital. At least five people were taken to hospitals in the area.
The people who help in emergencies get to the El Toro roller coaster. On Thursday night, several people were hurt on the El Toro roller at Six Flags Great Adventure.
It's not clear what happened. The Jackson Township Police Department said that most of the injuries were minor and that no officers went to the scene.
Jackson Township EMS told The Post that they did not have anything to say about what happened.
A woman who said she was on the El Toro on Thursday night wrote on Facebook that after the third drop, it felt like the ride hit a pothole.
In the post, which was shared on a Facebook group for fans of the New Jersey amusement park, the park-goer said she thought the rough ride might have chipped one of her teeth.
The woman said that other riders also said they bit their tongues.