A group of passengers were left trapped on Dreamworld’s Buzzsaw ride this afternoon.
A video taken shows footage of the patrons stuck on the ride, which malfunctioned mid-journey.
It has been reported by Channel Nine that the group of people on the ride were left suspended mid-air.
According to The Age, a spokesperson for Dreamworld said one of the safety sensors was triggered which brought the ride to an immediate stop.
"The Buzzsaw auto-stop sensor was engaged today. Auto-stopping and resetting of rides is a regular and essential part of operations. It occurs for a variety of reasons, from sensor alignment to guest behaviour or weather," he said.
"Guests are not placed in danger by auto-stops occurring. They are an essential built-in part of ride safety systems and manufacturer’s specifications."
ABC on the Gold Coast reported that all passengers are OK.
Last year tragedy struck Dreamworld when the Thunder River Rapids ride apparently malfunctioned, killing four people.