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iPhone 14’s traffic accident detection calls 911 on roller coasters at the amusement park

The iPhone 14 of the users who got on the roller coaster at the amusement park automatically called 911. 6 emergency calls were made by the visitors of the amusement park in the area where the Kings Island amusement park is located. 

The much talked about traffic accident detection feature of iPhone 14 calls 911 on the roller coaster. According to WSJ tech writer Joanna Stern, the iPhone 14 of users who rode the roller coaster at the amusement park automatically dialed 911. 

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When 911 is called, an automatic message states that you had a traffic accident and shares our topic. At this point, let us remind you that the traffic accident detection feature comes to the Watch Series 8, SE and Ultra series, as well as the iPhone 14. However, automatic calls can be made on Apple Watch only if your iPhone is with you. Or the Apple Watch needs to be connected to the mobile network or Wi-Fi. 

In the example shared by Joanna Stern, users are on a roller coaster at the Kings Island amusement park in Cincinnati. In the background of the automatic message sent to 911, you can hear the screams of the people on the roller coaster. 

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Although traffic accident detection was key to preventing a traffic accident in Nebraska, 6 emergency calls were made by amusement park visitors in the Kings Island area. 

In fact, users can prevent these calls by disabling traffic accident detection. Another option might be to not take your iPhone with you while riding the roller coaster at the amusement park. 

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