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Hot Shots Friday

From a strange hornet attack on a pro golfer, to a wild roller coaster ride upside down, we've got your Friday Hot Shots.
And leave your stomach at the door. This is the banshee, the new ride at Kings Island in Ohio. It's the longest inverted roller coaster at 167-feet in the air and 68-miles an hour. If that's not scary enough, you're upside down seven times during the ride.

A view from above the annual Easter marshmallow drop in Michigan. Hundreds of kids and parents scrambling. The Easter bunny's helicopter dropped the goodies at a Detroit area park, then everyone collects them for prizes.  And this year there's a special prize for the finder of a colored marshmallow commemorating the 30-th anniversary drop.

Finally-- watch what happens to golfer Pablo Larazabal at the Malaysia open. He's attacked by hornets! It got so bad he had to escape by diving into a nearby water hazard. He did receive medical treatment for multiple stings, but he got back on the course.  He finished the round at 68!




 
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