California firefighters rescue 4 teens off 65-foot high roller coaster
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Sacramento firefighters on Monday rescued four teenage girls who were stuck on a roller coaster.
The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District said the roller coaster at Scandia Fun Center was 65 feet high.
The crew used an aerial ladder to bring the girls down to safety.
It's unclear why the coaster got stuck in the air.
No one was injured.
This story was reported in Oakland, Calif.