BREAKING: Rollercoaster Derails At Scottish Theme Park

Emergency services have arrived on the scene after a rollercoaster crashed off the rails at M&D's theme park in North Lanarkshire, the BBC has reported.
Six ambulances and six fire engines have arrived at the theme park, after being called to the scene near Strathclyde Park in Motherwell at 15:37.
It had been reported that it is the Tsunami rollercoaster that has crashed.
A number of specialist officers are at the park, which has now been evacuated.
An eyewitness told the BBC: "People were trapped upside down on the ride."
Tsunami is Scotland's only inverted rollercoaster, reaching speeds of up to 40 miles-per-hour, barrelling through corkscrew twists and loops.
Children under 10 are restricted from riding the Tsunami, and a minimum height restriction of 1.4m applies.
No further information is currently available, but emergency services have said the incident is ongoing.

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