It Only Takes 10 Seconds to Get to the Bottom of This Water Slide

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This Aquaparc ride sends you flying through a tube at 55 MPH.

Sending riders screaming and splashing down a tube at 55 mph, the Booster Loop at Switzerland's Aquaparc is truly terrifying, or exciting, depending on how adventurous you are.

Watch it in action in the video above!

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