Author Topic: Six Flags St. Louis Typhoon Twister closed  (Read 156 times)


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Re: Six Flags St. Louis Typhoon Twister closed
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2018, 11:22:53 PM »
Idiot didnít hold on and fell out.  ProSlides are designed to allow riders to be able to continue down the slide even without a tube safely.  Yeah the idiot might have a bruise but was far from being in danger.  Even the splash pool is only 2í max.  Itís a non story anywhere else but because of Schlitterbahnís negligence itís being blown out of proportion and the slide is being investigated.  I rode it.  Itís safe.  It is even less forceful than Tornado - and people have fallen out of it numerous times without making headlines


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Re: Six Flags St. Louis Typhoon Twister closed
« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2018, 11:27:26 AM »
yep, thanks to Schlitterbahn, almost anything with a water park is going to be blown out of proportion for a while.  It actually seems like it's an overreaction on the part of the park as well.  Wonder how long "until further notice" will be.  If it's typical it should already be reopened.
This is a stick up!  Get it? Stick.... Nevermind, it's a train robbery.  I want everyone to get your hands up and act scared.