A ride that carries Indianapolis Zoo visitors along an elevated track above the orangutan exhibit is scheduled to reopen after being closed for almost a year.
The Skyline ride has been closed since last July after a mechanical problem caused it to stop and trap some riders. Eight people had to be rescued from gondolas.
Now the ride is scheduled to reopen on Friday, WTHR-TV reported.
Zoo Executive Vice President Rob Shumaker said the ride has been fixed and is now safe. He said in-house specialists, Skyline's manufacturer and a consultant worked on the ride.