Six Flags announces change to drive-thru safari

Six Flags Great Adventure announced today that visitors will no longer be allowed to drive their own cars through the safari after Sept. 30.A park

JACKSON - Six Flags Great Adventure announced today that visitors will no longer be allowed to drive their own cars through the safari after Sept. 30.

A park spokesperson has yet to release further details about how the safari would be operated in the future.

A press release stated that the animals would remain in New Jersey and will continue to receive the care and attention they are currently getting.

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