By: KDKA-TV News Staff

WEST HOMESTEAD, Pa. (KDKA) – A 305-foot-long floor-dropping water slide is coming to Sandcastle next year.

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On Bombs Away, riders step into an enclosed capsule and the floor disappears without warning, dropping them into a tube spiraling six stories down.

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“Guests have been waiting to blast off on Bombs Away and Sandcastle’s newest attraction is perfect for all water park thrill-seekers,” said Kennywood and Sandcastle General Manager Mark Pauls in a press release. “This drop is over the top, and riders will love looping around and around to the splash down.”

(Photo: Sandcastle)

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Along with the ride announcement, Kennywood and Sandcastle said the parks will be extending their operating schedules next year, including more days and more hours.