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Blast-off with a screech from the beach! Then twist, turn and loop upside down through Mickey Mouse's silhouette. By the time you arrive back at the pier, you will know why this is the adrenaline rush of the century!
* State-of-the-art steel roller coaster evokes the great thrills of wooden coasters from days gone by
* Catapult from 0 to 55 in less than five seconds
* Over a mile of track
* 108-foot drop
* State-of-the-art onboard music
* Guests should be in good health, and free from heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure. Expectant mothers should not ride.
* Young children should be accompanied by an adult.
Steel support structure designed with the intentions to resemble a traditional wooden coaster.
Past name(s): California Screamin' (2/2001 - 12/2006); Rockin' California Screamin' (1/2007 - 4/2007)
In late July of 2005, one of the coaster's trains slid by a block zone and collided with another (stopped) train. Investigators later concluded after a through investigation that the collission was caused by air leaks in the ride's braking system. 15 riders were treated by medical personnel for neck/back injuries. The ride remained closed after the incident for inspection, state investigation, and testing prior to reopening. The ride resumed operations on Friday October 14, 2005.
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