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Watch: Take a ride on Kennywood’s Steel Curtain roller coaster

Aaron Aupperlee
Kennywood’s Steel Curtain takes riders upside down high about the West Mifflin amusement park in this screenshot from a point-of-view video from Kennywood on Friday, July 12, 2019.

Can’t wait to ride Kennywood’s Steel Curtain roller coaster?

Strap in and take a ride with this video provided Friday by the amusement park.

The Steel Curtain takes riders 220 feet above the Monongahela River and then drops them through nine inversions and speeds reaching about 75 mph. The view is spectacular if you can keep your eyes open.

Kennywood offered a sneak peek at the ride Friday. It opens to the public Saturday.

Aaron Aupperlee is a Tribune-Review assistant news editor. You can contact Aaron via Twitter .

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