A roller coaster at an amusement park in Charlotte, N.C., was shut down on Friday after a visitor spotted a large crack in one of the ride’s pillars. Jeremy Wagner, who was visiting the park with his daughter, son, niece and his son’s friend on Friday, recorded video of the crack. Footage he recorded shows the pillar separating briefly at the crack, as a coaster car zips by on the track. At 325 feet tall, Fury 325 is one of Carowinds’ main attractions. The post Large Crack Spotted in Roller Coaster Prompts Its Shutdown appeared first on New York Times.