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Planned ride at Six Flags Magic Mountain will swing you crazy fast at 172 feet in the air

LOS ANGELES - Six Flags Magic Mountain plans to build a new ride for thrill seekers who have no fear of heights.

Shortly after the Valencia park launches

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