Contractor hired to remove Seaside Heights coaster in Atlantic since Sandy

The famous roller coaster that has been sitting

The famous roller coaster that has been sitting off Casino Pier in Seaside Heights since Sandy has become both a tourist attraction and an eyesore as boardwalk business owners struggle to have shops and rides open by Memorial Day weekend. (April 24, 2013 10:43 PM)

Pier operators have hired a demolition company to remove the roller coaster sitting off Casino Pier in Seaside Heights since Sandy.

Weeks Marine will work with the U.S. Coast Guard to come up with a plan to do it safely.

The roller coaster has become both a tourist attraction and an eyesore as boardwalk business owners struggle to have shops and rides open by Memorial Day weekend. Toby...

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