A bunch of thrill-seekers have been brought to safety after their roller coaster at Dreamworld halted mid-ride.
The Buzz Saw stopped around 1pm on Monday, leaving about eight passengers stuck on a vertical incline.
But emergency services were not called, with staff reportedly evacuating the group using safety stairs.
Dreamworld released this statement on their Facebook page around 2pm:
"The Buzz Saw auto-stop sensor was engaged today. Auto-stopping and resetting of rides is a regular and essential part of operations.
It occurs for a variety of reasons, from sensor alignment to guest behaviour or weather.
Guests are not placed in danger by auto-stops occurring. They are an essential built-in part of ride safety systems and manufacturer’s specifications."