Interrupting a particularly sitrring Maury to spread the word, KTVU tells us that a roller coaster at Great America is stuck, trapping around 30+ people more than 100 feet above the ground. Yikes. Invertigo, the name of the ride, "soars 132 feet above the ground, inverts the riders and takes a 72-foot-high vertical loop." Capt. Scott Kouns said the San Jose Fire Department said, "One of the roller coasters had a malfunction and there were some people that were trapped on the roller coaster." Rescue crews are now on the scene. They're using cherry pickers to pluck trapped riders off of the ride. There have been no reports of any injuries. (Reports of soiled pants? Most likely.)