PITTSBURGH - Kennywood goers tweeted Channel 11 photos on Twitter Thursday, saying the Jackrabbit at Kennywood got stuck.
Kennywood’s Jeff Filicko said the ride didn’t get stuck. A safety feature stops the train on the tracks if the next train hasn’t left the station yet.
Filicko said if someone who can’t move quickly needs additional time to exit the train, the train that is already out will not return to the station until that train leaves to avoid a collision.
The train that was stopped was reset and finished the ride.
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