Woman Falls Off Amusement Park Ride, Video Leaves Twitter Horrified

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A heart-wrenching video of a woman falling off an amusement park ride has gone viral on social media.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

A heart-wrenching video of a woman falling off an amusement park ride has gone viral on social media. The clip has been shot at a theme park in Mexico that shows the woman slipping from her seat, hanging onto it before being hit by the rotating gondola and falling to the ground. However, towards the end, the woman can be seen getting up and moving away from the area as the ride slows down. Although, it is unclear as to the injuries to an unidentified woman has suffered and after the video was shared on YouTube, it soon went viral. 

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After the incident, the person who had originally shared the video took to Facebook to share pictures with a caption in Spanish that read “The mechanical games detected at Finca Bonita were operating clandestinely and without an operating permit, which is why they were already closed by Civil Protection. We can be better.”

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The entire act has left Twitter horrified and many have taken to social media to express their shock. "This is horrific", "Oh My God" and "This is crazy", read some of the comments. 

Prior to this, a viral video of an air stewardess being slammed into the plane's ceiling was going viral on social media. 

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 The turbulence took everyone by surprise, with most passengers failing to remain calm amid the violent shaking of the flight. Even though most of the people belted themselves in, there still appeared to be a nervous air amid the uncertainty over what would happen next. The passengers were on board a plane from Pristina in Kosovo to Basel in Switzerland when the turbulence struck.

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