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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|Well, Im sorry to say, but she did get |
"denied". Fortunate girl... she lived to
jump another day, or not.
|Oijoijooi vittu se sattu persees|
|for some reason I cannot view any of the videos|
|did he say her name was "brutal-neck"|
Yes! With a automatic gun! Jackpot every time! ;)
|if she's so bored with life, maybe she should play russian roulette instead and save tax payers money rescuing her ass|
|dumb broad... she needs to visit this site more often|
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