A 14-year-old girl died and multiple people were injured Thursday after a roller coaster derailed at a major amusement park in northern Denmark.

The incident occurred at Tivoli Friheden in Aarhus on the Cobraen roller coaster. The manager of the park, Henrik Ragborg Olsen, told a local news outlet that “the rear two seats” of the roller coaster were hanging "under the wagon train.”

“We have gathered the guests who are related to the injured — and those who sat on the train — and are offering psychological help to those who need it,” park officials said.

“Out of respect for the injured, we encourage our guests not to share any pictures that may have been taken in connection with the accident.”

A 13-year-old boy is reported to have suffered injuries to his hand and two others that were sitting in the rear seats were aided by emergency workers.

The park was shut down and evacuated. Police continue to investigate the incident.

The Cobraen roller coaster is 82 feet high and can reach speeds up to 44 mph, according to the Tivoli Friheden website.