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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

No school, no work and snow on the ground made for a huge lure for adults and children alike this week.

Time to go sledding!

Suicide Hill in Brookside was especially popular on New Year's Day.

"It's really fun," said Colin Jasper who moved with his family from Arizona to Kansas City. "You get to throw snowballs at people, sled and go down Suicide Hill, which is just a blast!"

Others enjoyed using a makeshift ramp to get some thrills by soaring high into the air. Dogs were even among those hitting the hill via sled, tube or other device.

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