Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service said that firefighters were called to Gullivers World following reports of approximately 21 people trapped on a roller coaster ride.
The emergency service crews used ladders to help get the people trapped down.
The firefighters built a scaffolding tower to free the people trapped.
According to witnesses some of the children were on the ride for 90 minutes and were crying in fear.
The Liverpool Echo has reported that the ride is suspended on the track after a wheel fell of one of the wagons.
The incident happened just before 1pm on Saturday September 15th.
One mum wrote on social media under the account Ladyinred: “I have never been more frightened as a parent as I am now .
“Sat here on my own whilst my child is up in the air and there’s not a thing I can do. Should be able to take ya kids on a day out without this happening .”
The mother also said that paramedics had to send her child air as she was stuck and needed asthma saying “this is absolutely disgusting”.
Lee Storey tweeted: “Air ambulance landing at gullivers world whats happening people?”
Matty Williams also tweeted: “I was on the ride an hour before this happened with my 5 year old and partner, I actually commented to her that it looked at bit shaky. Hope everyone is ok.”
Gulliver’s World features rides and attractions designed for children between the ages of two and 13.
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