Six Flags Over Texas
The family of the woman who fell to her death while riding a roller coaster has filed a lawsuit against Six Flags Over Texas.
A coroner says the passenger killed while riding a Texas roller coaster was ejected from her seat and plummeted about 75 feet before striking a metal beam.
Once Six Flags completes its investigation into what caused a woman to fall to her death, the amusement park may not share it with the public.
Six Flags Entertainment Corp. is using “both internal and external experts” to investigate the roller coaster accident that killed a woman at its North Texas amusement park, the company’s president said Monday.
How a woman was thrown from the 14 story Texas Giant roller coaster and died remains a mystery and the answers to how it happened may never be revealed.
Arlington police are on the scene at Six Flags Over Texas where witnesses say a woman has fallen to her death from a roller coaster.
Two young girls celebrated a unique bond they share from being “different.”
Six Flags Over Texas is taking the wraps off of its new ride — the Texas SkyScreamer. CBS 11 News photographer Jake Shannon survived the ride, and showed off the view along the way.
Clint Bench has been to Six Flags dozens of times and ridden the ride many times before, but he was told in May, because he has no hands, he couldn’t get on the ride.
Though most ghosts are a surprise, DFW’s best haunts surprise with their locations. From a man crushed at the zoo to a traditional haunted hotel, this area is chock full of spirits.
Having a blast at Six Flags Over Texas will take on new meaning Wednesday. The amusement park in Arlington on Tuesday announced plans to implode the 200-foot-tall Texas Chute Out.
There was no fun or fright at Six Flags on September 28, what was supposed to be the opening night of Fright Fest.