No faults have been found with the ‘Treetops’ rollercoaster at Pembrokeshire’s Oakwood theme park - which a man reportedly fell out of towards the end of 2022.

Crews from the Welsh Ambulance Service medics and the Wales Air Ambulance attended the theme park near Narberth back on Sunday, October 23, 2022, following the incident, with the male taken to hospital.

As well as the Treetops ride, the whole theme park was closed with immediate effect after the incident. The severity of the male’s injuries were not disclosed at the time. Oakwood re-opened less than a week later for the half term holiday in Wales with the Treetops remaining closed during the period of investigation.

Following a investigation, with the rollercoaster being examined by experts, the Health and Safety Executive said it found ‘no faults’ with the ride, with no further action to be taken.

“During the technical investigation, part of the ride was taken to our laboratories in Buxton for further examination,” remarked HSE inspector Joy Gunning.

“However, we could not identify any fault which might have caused the incident and no further HSE action will be taken. Both the ride operator and the injured person have been informed of our decision.”