The 14-year-old girl fell 25 feet from the slow-moving ride on Saturday at The Great Escape in Queensbury.
The teen is in stable condition and did not experience any serious injuries, according to a statement from the Warren County Sheriff's Office. "She didn't say much - she was kind of still in shock".
In the video a girl wearing blue shorts and a grey shirt screams as she dangles from the gondola ride. She was taken to Albany Medical Center for unspecified injuries.
No one knows how the girl managed to fall out of the ride, which has been inspected and confirmed to be working fine, CBS News reported.
Theme park spokeswoman Rebecca Wood said in an email on Sunday that the ride had been cleared for operation - but "out of an abundance of caution, [it] will remain closed while we conduct a thorough internal review". He said she had already slipped through by that point that she was seen flailing her legs. "It's OK to let go, I'll catch you, honey, '" said Howard.
The teenager from DE was on the ride with her brother when she fell from the two-person vehicle, the Warren County Sheriff's Office said in a statement.
There are still a lot of questions after a girl fell from an amusement park ride in NY.
Some witnesses surmised she may have been trying to kick trees as the ride passed them, but Stockdale said that did not appear to be the case.
Mattthew Howard Sr., 47, of Schenectady, a season-pass holder at the park, was transported to Glens Falls Hospital.
"God put us in the right place at the right time". The ride was stopped by an operator after getting word of a rider in distress - it had been higher up at one point.
A 14-year-old girl hangs from the Sky Ride at Great Escape on Saturday, June 24, 2017.