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Texas Giant to reopen at Six Flags Over Texas following fatal accident

Six Flags Over Texas has announced that its Texas Giant roller coaster is to reopen, following an incident on July 19, 2013 that led to the death of a female rider.

The park is not releasing any details of the outcome of an investigation into the accident, which saw Rosa Esparza, 52, fall from

Video, images: Six Flags announces chain-wide new attractions for 2014 season

Six Flags has announced new rides and attractions for every one of its theme parks for the 2014 season, including several record-breaking additions.

CEO Jim Reid-Anderson said in the announcement: "Our promise to you is to bring you something new to every single park, every year." Six Flags

Woman dies after fall from Texas Giant roller coaster at Six Flags Over Texas

A woman has died after falling from the Texas Giant roller coaster at Six Flags Over Texas, the park has confirmed.

In a statement, Six Flags said of the incident on July 19, 2013: "We are deeply saddened to share that earlier this evening an adult woman died in the park while on the Texas

Video, images: Texas SkyScreamer smashes records on debut at Six Flags Over Texas

The world's tallest swing ride, the Texas SkyScreamer, opened to the public at Six Flags Over Texas during the Memorial Day weekend.

While the Texas SkyScreamer is of a near-identical design to the SkyScreamer attractions at several other Six Flags parks, it tops them all by standing at a

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Six Flags posts $62.5 million loss in Q1 2013

Theme park chain Six Flags posted a $62.5 million loss for the first quarter of 2013, although attendance at the firm's parks was described as "solid".

The first three months of the year are traditionally quiet for Six Flags, with many of its regional parks not opening until the spring. Still

Theme park news round-up - April 10, 2013

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Image: Texas SkyScreamer goes vertical at Six Flags Over Texas

Six Flags Over Texas has begun installing the enormous tower sections for the Texas SkyScreamer, the new spinning tower ride that will debut at the park later in 2013.

While the Texas SkyScreamer will be of a near-identical design to the SkyScreamer attractions at several other Six Flags parks

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