10. Mindbender, Galaxyland, Edmonton, Canada
The world’s largest indoor triple loop roller coaster, the Mindbender is also a site one of the deadliest incidents in amusement park history. In June 1984, missing bolts on a wheel assembly of the last car caused the train to disengage from the track.
8. Space Journey, East Overseas Chinese Town, Shenzhen, China
Located in a Shenzhen´s amusement park, the Space Journey ride involved cars spinning inside a domed screen portraying movies about space. In June 2010, however, one of the cars suddenly came loose and the whole dome ricocheted around, causing an electrical fire, before plunging to the ground, with more than 40 people inside. Six died, five were critically injured and five more suffered serious injuries.
6. The Xtreme Racer, Legoland Billund, Billund, Denmark
5. Ragin Cajun, Six Flags America, Upper Marlboro, Maryland
3. Wildcat, Bell´s Amusement Park, Tulsa, Oklahoma
1. Le Vampire, La Ronde, Quebec, Canada
On July 6, 2012, Le Vampiere roller coaster at La Ronde amusement park in Quebec became fatal for a 67-year-old employee of the park who was reportedly found underneath the attraction in a restricted area, appearing to have suffered head trauma. Park officials stated that the employee had been struck by the roller coaster. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.