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More Than 30 Injured in Rollercoaster Crash in Germany

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Fear of rollercoaster rides may be a justifiable phobia. 

In Germany, at a Legoland theme park, at least 30 people were injured, two seriously, after a crash on a rollercoaster ride. 

Two rollercoaster trains collided into each on the Fire Dragon ride at the Legoland near Gunzburg, Germany. The front train unexpectedly braked at the section where visitors board the ride. 

Officials are investigating why the train did a sudden stop. 

Helicopters and Red Cross rescuers arrived at the scene and at least 15 people were transported to the hospital. 

Riders that were trapped on higher sections of the tracks needed to be evacuated by the fire department.

The ride is supposed to be suitable for children six and older. It appeals to kids because it looks like a fire-breathing dragon. It travels at about 18 mph, a little slower than city-street traffic. 

In a separate incident, a 57-year-old woman died when she fell out of a rollercoaster train in an amusement park in Germany. 

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