Legoland theme park chaos as rollercoaster trains collide injuring at least 34

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More than 30 people have been injured in a high speed rollercoaster crash at a Legoland theme park.

Emergency services rushed to the amusement park in Guenzburg, Germany, after two trains collided today ( August 11).

Two people have been severely hurt in the freak accident, according to reports.

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The ride believed to be involved can reach 18 miles per hour.

Visitors had to be rescued by firefighters and then airlifted to hospital, reports Metro.

A spokesperson said it happened in the station of the Fire Dragon attraction.

At least 34 people sustained injuries in the crash, reports The Mirror.

It comes after another incident involving a German ride recently hit headlines.

A 57-year-old woman tragically died after a theme park accident in Klotten, located near the Belgian border.

It was reported that she dropped out of the rollercoaster while it was moving and suffered from catastrophic injuries.

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The cause of the accident remains unknown at this time.

Another theme park ride sent shockwaves over in Denmark after a 14-year-old girl was pronounced dead following an accident.

Several guests were reported to be trapped on a ride in Tivoli Friheden park in Aarhus, up to 10ft above the ground.

It was reported that the two rear seats of the ride had split away from the rest and were hanging under the wagon train.

In a statement, the theme park said: "It's hard for us to put into words the tragic accident of today, where a girl lost her life and a boy was injured.

"Our heartfelt thoughts are with the girl and the girl's relatives, family and friends. Our thoughts are also with the boy, our staff and the many visitors at the park earlier today.

"We are cooperating with East Jutland Police and are now awaiting the technical investigations regarding the accident."

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