Girl, 10, died of natural causes after roller coaster ride: coroner

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VALENCIA, Calif. — A 10-year-old girl died of natural causes after riding a roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office said Tuesday.

Jasmine Martinez collapsed Friday afternoon following her ride on the coaster Revolution, KTLA reports. She was found unconcious but breathing then airlifted to a hospital where she died the next day.

No further details about the child’s death were released. The same day she was found unconscious, state investigators determined the cause of her death was not related to the ride.

“There is no evidence to suggest that this was in any way ride related. We do not know if there was a pre-existing condition,” Magic Mountain said in a June 12 statement to KTLA.

More than 45 million people have safely ridden Revolution since it was opened in 1976, KTLA reports, citing theme park officials. The ride’s top speed is 55 mph, and it reaches an elevation of 12 stories, the park website stated.

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