SANDUSKY, Ohio (Michigan News Source) – Visitors to Cedar Point who planned on riding the Top Thrill 2 will have to wait.

Cedar Point announced the ride has shut down indefinitely, just over a week into the park’s reopening for the season. Officials said on social media that a “mechanical modification” forced the closure of the ride.

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“We know our guests are excited to experience this incredible roller coaster, and we share your disappointment that we are not able to operate it this weekend,” a statement said.

The park advertises Top Thrill 2 as “the world’s tallest and fastest triple-launch strata coaster.” It stands 420 feet tall, and the 2-minute ride reaches up to 120 miles per hour.

This is not the first time the ride has faced troubles. The Top Thrill Dragster ride closed in 2021 after a metal bracket fell from the roller coaster and severely injured a Michigan woman while she stood in line. A state report said a bolt holding the bracket in place failed; it did not find evidence of illegal conduct by the park, not should park officials have believed the ride was unsafe.