Monday, December 15, 2008
Interesting → Parachute Jump from Moscow TV Tower
On 1 July 2004, Austrian BASE jumper Christina Grubelnik struck the tower during her descent, receiving a concussion and losing consciousness. Her parachute snagged on a lower-level service platform and she was eventually rescued by Russian emergency services. The incident was filmed, and the footage occasionally appears on "caught-on-camera" type reality TV shows.
Video: Download "moscow_tv_tower_jump.wmv"
Ostankino Tower is a free-standing television and radio tower (540 meters (1772 ft) tall) in Moscow, Russia.
Construction began in 1963 and was completed in 1967. It held the record for the tallest free-standing structure in the world for eight years, until the CN Tower was built in Toronto, Canada in 1976.
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|Maurice ter Velde|
|You can see them at the 1 minute 8 seconds mark,,defo an eejit|
|Who is the sad git that falls to thier death in the back ground.|
|I would've had them both fall. Bitch for asking for it and the russian for being a russian - and for bothering to help someone like that. B ut best would've been to let her hang there until gains conscious herself. Then let her get outta it herself. She got herself there, let her get herself out of trouble by herself. Maybe she woulda learned something!!! This way - probably not. |
|And justice for all
|Not entirely undeserved ,stupid cow should olooked at the prevailing wind direction.|
|she should have hit the ground at least it would be one less dumb ass bitch on the planet.|
|silly try hard femals lol|
|face meet tower. tower meet face.|
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