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El Loco roller coaster reopens after woman's fall in March

Posted at 11:41 AM, Aug 05, 2019

The El Loco roller coaster inside Adventuredome at Circus Circus hotel-casino is back in operation after it was closed because of a fall.

MGM Resorts International sent the following statement:

“We are incredibly saddened that one of our guests was injured, and we made examining that incident and working closely with county officials and other experts a priority.

“The ride’s re-opening follows an extensive inspection and recertification process. As always, the safety of our guests is among our top concerns.”

The fall happened in March. A woman, who is a double amputee, fell from the ride.

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