Hyderabad: A video going viral shows a girl falling from the giant wheel and the message reads that it was bad news for Wonderla lovers. Newly opened Wonderla Park tragedy, one girl dead, adds the text as Wonderla Hyderabad Accident. According to the statement issued by Wonderla’s Marketing Head Mr. Bimal, there is no such accident occurred in any of Wonderla park. The video making round does not belong’s to Wonderla.
Fake News: Yes ,Don’t Believe Wonderla Hyderabad Accident
“Wonderla parks have the best safety record among all parks in India,” he said.
Leading amusement park operator Wonderla Holidays Ltd recently launched its amusement park, which has come up with an investment of Rs.250 crore off the Outer Ring Road here.
The third amusement park by the company after Kochi and Bengaluru, it has been developed on 50 acres of land near the Hyderabad international airport.
The park with 43 attractions, including 18 water-based rides, can cater to more than 10,000 visitors a day.
Its attractions include India’s first reverse looping roller coaster name RECOIL. With maximum height of 40 meters and six inversions per ride, it has been imported from the Netherlands.
Wonderla, which has a resort at its park in Bengaluru, is also looking at a similar model for Kochi and Hyderabad parks.