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Since the tragic accident they have become very very risk averse. If the operating instructions say the ride can't operate below 5 degrees, they are no longer operating. If a safety sensor reports a problem they are shutting rides until it is thoroughly checked and safe to re-open.
The reason for the accident was because a ride engineer ignored alarms, didn't visually inspect the the track and used a manual over-ride to send out a car full of people whilst the ride was in test most with an empty car stalled on the track. It was fairly breathtaking incompetence from one of the most qualified positions and not related to maintenance. Before this accident Merlin haven't really had any major incidents at their parks (worst incidents were heart attacks or people hurting themselves on paths). They've a better safety record than Disney (who've had a number of grizzly accidents).
That’s good! I hope you all have a fantastic time 😁👌
Top tip. Not been for years. As others have said after all the controversy with the big accident it's definitely lost its 'attraction' though