Following a malfunction with its newest roller coaster, Cedar Point says Steel Vengeance will operate with just one train for the time being while its manufacturer makes adjustments.

The temporary change follows an incident from last Saturday (the park's opening day) that saw two trains bump into each other at the rider station. Four people received minor injuries and the ride was shut down for a period of time.

Due to the reduction in the number of trains, the park expects wait times to significantly increase, and officials say they may institute boarding passes which would give people a set time to get in line while still enjoying other rides and attractions. As of now, however, this has not happened.

The change has also caused Steel Vengeance to be removed from Cedar Point's Fast Lane Plus program. While the park stresses the passes will still be good for several other popular rides, customers wishing to return them will receive a full refund.

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