Seven fair-goers had to be rescued Saturday afternoon when a Ferris wheel they were riding stalled.

It happened at the Camden County Fair off Lakeland Road in Gloucester Township.

Some of the Ferris wheel seats were reportedly 40-feet above ground at the time it stalled, according to Courier Post.

Firefighters got their ladders up quickly and brought all stuck riders to safety within 30 minutes. No one was injured, reports 6abc.com, and the fair in Blackwood continued as planned Sunday.

SOURCES: 6abc.com; Courier Post