Riders on a swing ride at a fair or an amusement park were likely injured when a truck moved parking spots next to the ride, creating a wall that riders slammed into as the ride came back to a stop.

There's no news story to go with this video yet, and the only version we've been able to find is this grainy cell phone video shared to YouTube Shorts, but you can see the riders colliding with the truck before they flip over the top due to the inertia they have built up from the ride.

HottestHeadlines via YouTube
HottestHeadlines via YouTube

It's unclear what caused the incident, but judging by the way they swing around the ride, that truck wasn't their upon takeoff of this session of swinging.

Check out the video here:

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