JACKSON, NJ – A video posted to YouTube by Noel Brown of New York-based Willow Brook and Monarch shows the aftermath of the Six Flags Great Adventure log flume derailment. The derailment happened at the base of the ride’s grand finale splashdown and shows a broken railing at the turn before the log flume bounced from side to side before tipping. Two people were sent to the hospital with injuries. The ride, built-in 1974 is one of the last remaining original attractions at Great Adventure from its inaugural season.
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