Our nation’s scaredy-cats had their childhood fears validated this weekend when a kids’ ride at a Kentucky amusement park toppled over, injuring at least 12 and trapping several riders, the Associated Press reports.

“I heard a bunch of crashing,” witness Vince Willingham told the Bowling Green Daily News. “When I got there, there were still three people in their seats that couldn’t get out.”

According to the paper, the “Jitterbug” swing ride at Beech Bend Amusement Park fell on its side at around 6 p.m on Saturday. From NBC News:

The extent of the injuries was not yet known, but no fatalities have been reported. Some children were among the injured, police confirmed.

Most of the injured did not require ambulances and were instead transported to the hospital in private vehicles, police said.

WHAS11 reports that state investigators have been dispatched to determine the exact cause of the accident, which was not immediately known but may have been related to uneven weight distribution.

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