World’s fastest swing has been shut down for breaking people’s bones: Japan

Do Donpa, the world’s fastest roller coaster, has been temporarily shut down.

The cause is said to be that during the last nine months, many people’s back and neck bones were broken while riding.  

The Do Donpa roller coaster has been operating in Fujiyu Highland Park, Fujiusheda, Japan since 2001, and its riders were given a chemical called adrenaline to relieve fear and excitement. Be

This cradle is known for reaching speeds of zero to 180 kilometers per hour in just 1.56 seconds.

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Despite Super Death Speed, there have never been any reports of a rider being injured while riding Dr. Donpa, but since last December, people have started getting bone injuries and so far six such cases have been reported, of which A broken back or neck bone of four.