Coney Island Cyclone ride stalls, riders walk to safety
NEW YORK (AP) — It was quite a ride, but not the one they were expecting.
Riders on the Coney Island Cyclone got an unexpected trip on Saturday, when the famous amusement park attraction temporarily lost power.
CBS New York reports cars on the wooden roller coaster slowed to a stop.
Luna Park, which operates the Cyclone said personnel guided guests back to the ground without incident.
Power was restored and the ride was back up and running after about two hours.