The owner of Alton Towers has admitted breaching health and safety laws over the Smiler rollercoaster crash.Read the full story ›
A woman who lost a leg in the Alton Towers rollercoaster crash is now walking unaided with the help of a state-of-the-art prosthetic leg.Read the full story ›
Alton Towers rollercoaster Smiler has reopened, eight months after 20-year-old Vicky Balch lost a leg when it crashed.
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Miss Balch described the decision to reopen the ride to the public this weekend as "inappropriate and insensitive".
The owner of Alton Towers is to be prosecuted over crash in which five people were seriously injured, the Health and Safety Executive announced last month.
Today social media users reported "enthusiastic" crowds queued to get a ride on Smiler.
Vicky Balch, who lost a leg in the Alton Towers rollercoaster crash, says the decision to reopen the Smiler this weekend is “inappropriate".Read the full story ›
Company faces court over rollercoaster accident in which five people were seriously injured.Read the full story ›
Teenagers Joe Pugh and Leah Washington, who suffered severe leg injuries during the theme park crash, raised money through a gala dinner.Read the full story ›
Joe Pugh returned to the scene of the Smiler crash on the advice of his counsellor to help him cope with anxiety issues.Read the full story ›
The crash on the The Smiler rollercoaster at Alton Towers which seriously injured five people was caused by "human error".Read the full story ›
Up to 190 jobs may be axed at the Alton Towers theme park after revenues plummeted following a serious rollercoaster crash.Read the full story ›
One Direction have met Alton Towers crash victim Leah Washington, whose leg was amputated following the terrifying Smiler ride crash.Read the full story ›