America's tallest roller coaster closed after a crack was discovered in a support pillar

America's tallest roller coaster is temporarily closed due to a crack in a main column


Carowinds Amusement Park (North Carolina, USA) has announced the temporary closure of Fury 325, billed as "the tallest roller coaster, fast and long of North America", following the discovery of a crack in a support beam. There is no date for its reopening, as it will remain closed until necessary overhauls and repairs are made.

"Safety is our top priority and we appreciate the patience and understanding our valued customers during this process. As part of Our comprehensive safety protocols, all attractions, including The Fury 325 roller coaster, are subject to daily inspections to ensure security. integrity of the structure". explains the park in a note from press picked up by the Associated Press (AP).

Fury 325, "the tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster in North America", It will remain closed indefinitely, but the rest of the park will remain functioning normally, officials said.

Carowinds recalls that Fury 325, which opened to the public in 2015, is the North America's longest steel roller coaster, over 1.25 miles long. The average travel time is 3.25 minutes. Along the way, this attraction crosses the borders of North Carolina and South Carolina.

This attraction guarantees the public a unique and amazing experience. The Three wagons reach a height of almost one hundred meters. During the journey They reach speeds of around 100 km/h. One of the favorite stretches of visitors is its devilish curve in the shape of S.

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