Cedar Point, the Sandusky, Ohio, amusement park on a Lake Erie peninsula, said Tuesday morning via Twitter that the thrill ride is "being retired."
Considered the world's second tallest roller coaster, the ride is being shut after a woman was injured in 2021 when a metal object flew off the ride.
The coaster has been a staple at the park for 19 years, opening to the public in May 2003.
The record-setting roller coaster opened in 2003 and has been closed since August 2021 after a woman was injured waiting in line.
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