The Hurricane, the 100-foot-tall wooden roller coaster will be torn down piece by piece, to make way for a 100-acre shopping center called Dania Pointe. The roller coaster, closed since 2011, has been an eyesore for the city Dania Beach, which has been trying to remake its image.
The Hurricane, the 100-foot-tall wooden roller coaster will be torn down piece by piece, to make way for a 100-acre shopping center called Dania Pointe. The roller coaster, closed since 2011, has been an eyesore for the city Dania Beach, which has been trying to remake its image. Mike Stocker Sun Sentinel
The Hurricane, the 100-foot-tall wooden roller coaster will be torn down piece by piece, to make way for a 100-acre shopping center called Dania Pointe. The roller coaster, closed since 2011, has been an eyesore for the city Dania Beach, which has been trying to remake its image. Mike Stocker Sun Sentinel

Say goodbye to Dania Beach’s Hurricane roller coaster

March 16, 2016 08:15 PM

UPDATED March 16, 2016 08:15 PM

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