VALENCIA (CBSLA.com) — A 10-year-old girl was airlifted to the hospital after she was found unconscious at the end of a roller coaster ride at Six Flags Magic Mountain.

The theme park in Valencia said in a statement that the girl had been found breathing, but unconscious after returning to the Revolution station after riding the steel roller coaster.

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“Paramedics were immediately called to the scene,” Six Flags explained in the statement.

Firefighters indicated that the child had an altered level of consciousness. She was subsequently taken via airship with a parent to Northridge Hospital.

“The cops they were scrambling everywhere going back and forth,” said Alex Galvez, a park visitor, who says he saw a medical helicopter landing yards from the park entrance and knew there was an emergency.

“We just thought the helicopter was coming in landing and I don’t know. We just saw a bunch of sirens,” he said.

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The roller coaster is described on the park’s website as the first roller coaster to feature a full vertical loop. It hits 55 mph and goes up a 113-foot hill.

“Usually when I go on there, there’s a bunch of little kids on there all the time so I mean, it seems like it’s fine, it’s not too much like some of these other stuffs,” Cesar Zulueta, another park visitor, said.

Zulueta said when he arrived around 5 p.m., the ride was closed and didn’t reopen.

There was no word on the girl’s condition. It remained unknown whether the incident was ride-related.

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“Our thoughts and prayers are with the guest and her family,” the park said in its statement.