Rollercoaster Shuts Down After Riders Suffer Broken Bones at 112 mph

We all want our rollercoasters faster, curvier, more loops and long long drops. At 112 mph top speed, the Do-Dodonpa rollercoaster at the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park has been shut down to revise safety protocols. 4 riders have reported fractured necks, backs and chest. Fractures???

Let's review what we've always wanted in a rollercoaster: SPEED. TURNS. LOOPS. DROPS. Now that Japan has delivered all of these epic traits in the Do-Dodonpa rollercoaster at the base of Mt. Fuji, it's time to throttle back on the experience?

Friends. Fun always comes with a risk.