I like the little red swinging doors they added at the exit stairway. All the coasters at Hershey have those wider blue exit doors and I always feel awkward letting them go because they swing with such force and I don't want to hit anybody, especially an unsuspecting child, with it. I feel like the red ones serve the same purpose while being a lot more miniscule.
I stopped by the construction site today in hopes they would be testing the ride. There were a few construction guys very close to the fence, so I asked them if they knew when testing would begin. They told me there's a few bugs to work out, but testing could begin as early as "tomorrow or the next day" meaning Thursday or Friday.
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