What rides are closed at Six Flags NJ?

What rides are closed at Six Flags NJ?

-- Heading to Six flags Great Adventure this weekend? One of your favorite rides may be closed. In the past month, the Jackson, N.J., theme park has been forced to temporarily close four rides -- The Joker, Nitro, El Toro and the Saw Mill Log Flume -- as a result of various incidents.

What is the oldest ride at Six Flags Great Adventure?

The Runaway Mine Train What is Six Flags Great Adventure's oldest existing roller coaster? The Runaway Mine Train opened in 1974.

Why is El Toro closed 2021?

Six Flags accident and shutdown reports in 2020, 2021 El Toro, one of the park's signature roller coasters, has remained shuttered since June 29, after a train partially derailed, only coming to a stop after it traveled "most of the ride course" with its wheels out of place, according to an incident report.

Why is nitro closed Six Flags?

JACKSON, N.J. — Six Flags Great Adventure temporarily shut down two rides this week after separate complaints of an injury and a problematic lap bar. “We are unable to speculate as to the cause of the reported injury,” the Six Flags spokeswoman said. ...

Why is the joker closed Six Flags?

The Joker closed Wednesday after a guest reported a head injury, Six Flags spokesperson Kristen Fitzgerald told PhillyVoice. The ride reopened Thursday. ... No injuries were reported and guests were guided off the coaster. The ride is still under investigation and is not yet operating.

Is Six Flags Nitro scary?

Nitro is a modern hyper coaster (a non-looping coaster with a height at more than 200 feet). Usually there isn't much to fear on these types of rides, aside from the height and speed that comes with the territory. But Nitro's restraint system is amazingly minimal.