SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) -- The thrills are back at Cedar Point.
Ohio's most popular amusement park reopened Monday morning after a water main break caused the park to shut down for the weekend.
Park officials had to close Cedar Point and three of its hotels in Sandusky on Saturday, saying a lack of reliable water posed a safety risk.
Cedar Point apologized to guests and says any unused tickets would be good for the rest of the year.
The amusement park along Lake Erie sees more than 3 million visitors a year, making it the most visited theme park in Ohio and one of the nation's biggest.
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