Six Flags Typhoon Twister Ride Closed After Rider Injured

EUREKA, Mo.-- The newest ride at Hurricane Harbor at Six Flags just opened to the public Saturday and now its shut down after an adult fell out of their tube.

 A spokesperson told CBS affiliate KMOV that the Typhoon Twister was closed while the company investigates the incident further. The company said the closure is part of a standard protocol.

At this time, it's unclear if anyone was injured.

The ride is described as a 125-foot long whirlpool bowl that spins riders through an enclosed five-story drop.

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