The children were trapped in the air for more than two hours after "a wheel fell off a roller coaster" in Gulliver's World.
A group of about 21 people were trapped in a crazy train ride at Warrington theme park, with witnesses reporting that many of them were crying.
Images from the park showed that the trip was suspended at a 20-foot angle in the air after a wheel fell off the train.
Some of a group of 21 people were trapped in the air for almost three hours after a wheel fell off a roller coaster & # 39; in the World of Gulliver.
The incident occurred around 12.50 p.m. and a rescue mission for the Cheshire Fire service was completed almost three hours later.
An air ambulance was also called to the theme park, but it is not believed that any injury was sustained, the Mirror reported.
The terrified parents took the social networks to describe the time when the ride stopped with their children on board.
A user, & # 39; LadyInRed & # 39;, tweeted: & # 39; I have never been more afraid as a father than I am now.
"I sat here alone while my son was in the air and there is nothing he can do.
"You should be able to take your children one day without this happening."
She said her daughter, who has asthma, was still on the road at 3:00 pm when a rescue mission began.
The worried mother said: "There are about six left, including my daughter, it only takes me so long.
The images of the park show the ride suspended at a 20-foot angle in the air after a wheel fell off the train.
An air ambulance and fire service were called to the theme park, and no one is believed to have suffered injuries
According to reports, firefighters began using ladders to free people from the walk around 1 p.m.
The last of those on board were rescued from the train at 3.35 p.m. M., Almost three hours after it stopped.
The service of Cheshire Fire said: "The firemen were called to Gulllivers World in Shackleton Close, Warrington, after reports of approximately 21 people trapped in a roller coaster.
"They used ladders to help get people caught in the trip that was approximately 50 feet high.
"They secured the wagons to make sure they were stable." Then a scaffold tower was built and the trapped ones continued to be released and put to safety.
& # 39; The line rescue team established a twin line descent system to rescue three people. It is not believed that there are injuries. "
The park, aimed at children between 2 and 13 years old, consists of multiple thematic areas that include Lilliput Land, Gully Town and Safari Kingdom.
It is believed that the park was especially busy today because free entry was allowed to the NHS staff.