Alton Towers will re-open the Smiler Rollercoaster next month, after it has been closed for five months following a crash were five people were seriously injured.
The ride was closed in June, after two women had their legs amputated as a result of their carriage colliding with a stationary carriage on the same track.
The theme park will open the ride again on March 19, when the new season begins.
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A review of the incident has revealed the crash was caused by “human error” and not a mechanical problem.
The theme park said it has new safety measures across all multi-car rollercoasters in a bid to prevent a similar crash from happening.
“On re-opening, The Smiler ride will also incorporate an extensive set of new safety measures, including technical improvements and enhanced training.
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