May 28 (UPI) -- Riders on a roller coaster at Ohio's Cedar Point amusement park were stuck for more than an hour Monday due to a power outage, park officials said.
Riders were ascending a track on the Millennium Force when a vehicle struck a power pole nearby, causing the outage, according to WTVG-TV.
Several other rides in the park also stopped.
After about an hour, Ohio Edison power crews were able to restore electricity.
Attendees shared videos and photos of the frozen roller coaster online.
"Millennium Force has been like this for 45 minutes," wrote Twitter user @sarah_lizzzzz.
For Cedar Point, which calls itself the "Roller Coaster Capital of the World," Monday's incident is the second ride snafu this month.
On May 5, the park's brand-new Steel Vengeance roller coaster was temporarily shut down after two trains on the ride "lightly bumped" into each other, The Cleveland Plain Dealer reported.
Nobody was injured and the ride resumed the next day.