The £18 million roller coaster undertook its first full weekend of operation since the crash last summer.
The Health and Safety executive (HSE) have confirmed the company will be prosecuted after the accident at Alton Towers last June.
A second victim has lost one of their legs after a crash on The Smiler earlier this month.
Broadcast communications regulator OFCOM have reported that over 1,000 complaints have been placed after the controversial interview last week.
The Staffordshire based theme park will open its gates once again to the public after being closed since the incident last week.
Four of the Merlin Entertainments operated roller coasters are set to be closed whilst new safety protocols are issued.
Reports from both Alton Towers and first response teams confirm that emergency services weren’t alerted to horrific accident until 11 minutes after the crash.
One of the victims involved in the crash on The Smiler has took to social media for the first time since the incident.
BREAKING: Two carriages on The Smiler have collided, resulting in injuries.
For many enthusiasts and thrill seekers, it would be the perfect start to a career. Is this the PERFECT job?
Coasters are people too? In the dark corners of the internet, Tumblr users are giving roller-coasters a human body and describing, in graphic detail, what they do with it.
Many people were waiting to ride The Smiler when the incident occurred. Read Lynne Skeel’s story here.
Alton Towers reopen The Smiler after yet another incident. Why does everything keep going wrong?!
With many guests eager to experience The Smiler, Alton Towers disappoints once again when the ride car stalls midway around the track.
A selection of Tweets about Alton Towers’ new ride: The Smiler.
Alton Towers’ latest coaster-creation is finally open to the public.
Through the Airgates returns for 2013, covering ‘All the A’s’ – namely Alton Towers and Adventure Island.
Details have been announced for Alton Towers’ new rollercoaster, set to open in May.