Alton Towers operator Merlin Attractions has been fined £5 million after admitting health and safety failings which led to the Smiler rollercoaster crash.
Two teenagers - Vicky Balch, then 19, and Leah Washington, then 17 - each lost a leg in the collision in June last year which "changed the lives of some of those injured in the most dramatic way", according to a judge.
Stafford Crown Court heard that the victims had watched with "disbelief and horror" before ploughing into an empty carriage on the track, with the impact likened by the prosecution to a 90mph car crash.
The company was fined after the court heard that an engineer "felt pressure" to get Smiler back into service after it developed a fault shortly before the devastating crash.
Human error was not the cause of last year's Smiler rollercoaster crash at Alton Towers, a judge has said.
On the second day of a two-day sentencing hearing at Stafford Crown Court, the judge also said the crash was a "needless and avoidable accident" caused by a "catastrophic failure" of safety.
Theme park operator Merlin is facing a large fine for health and safety failings, which led to two teenage girls needing leg amputations.
ITV News Correspondent Ben Chapman has the latest from court:
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