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      Verruckt Dummie Raft Ejected - World’s Tallest Waterslide Fail

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      July 2014 - Finally some legit footage of the raft that got thrown out and crashed in Kansas City, KS! This was the first test run of Verrückt, the World’s tallest water slide located at Schlitterbahn Waterpark. The second hill is still being redesigned as the park once again pushes back the launch date of its much anticipated water slide, without giving out any new opening date. Will you be riding it when it’s finally fixed? What are your thoughts?

      *This was a short video but thank you for watching it. Don’t forget to drop a "like," check out my other action videos and hit the "Subscribe" button for exclusive GoPro videos as it helps me out, thanks guys!* Laure Madonna-Howerton © 2014

      Watch next: First human ride on the Verruckt. A success! http://youtu.be/lH3rn4jieQ8

      "This record breaking world’s tallest water slide is called the Verruckt! Verruckt is German for insane..

      At 51.2 meters high -- that’s about 17 stories -- this slide will set a new Guinness World Record!

      Located at the Schlitterbarn Waterpark in Kansas City USA, this ludicrously scary attraction was originally scheduled to open on May 23, but has since been postponed to June 5 to allow for further testing and possible adjustment.

      When the ride does open, people will first have to walk the 264 steps to the top, climb into a special 4 seater custom designed inflatable raft, before hurtling down the terrifying slide at over 100 kilometers per hour!" - Amazing Planet

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