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Teenagers Risk Their Lives Hanging From A 650ft High Crane

Stomach-churning footage captures the moment teenagers filmed themselves hanging from a 650ft high crane dangling above the Dnieper River in Ukraine. The heart-stopping clip shows two reckless 19-year-olds from Moscow hanging precariously from railings hundreds of feet in the air just for kicks. Alexander Nomernoy and Dmitry Ilchu visited Zaporizhia in the Ukraine, where they noticed the construction of a bridge over the Dnieper River.

The students are said to have arrived at the pier in the early hours of the morning while the guards were still asleep and travelled by boat to the construction site. The clip shows the pair paddle in a canoe towards the site and made their way to the base of the crane before starting their ascent. Climbing the structure, the dare-devil duo seemingly ignore the risk of death climbing higher and higher up the 650ft crane.

 

Filming themselves during the climb using a selfie stick, the wind becomes noticeably stronger as they climb upwards. Using their camera to pan across the horizon, a bridge can be seen hundreds of feet below in the background. Reaching the summit, one of the teenagers raising two thumbs in the air as he balances dangerously atop the structure.

After reaching the top, the pair begin to perform death-defying stunts while the wind blows dangerously from the side. Wearing a bucket hat and loose clothing, the teenager can be seen clinging on to the crane using his bare hands. The clip cuts out but it is understood the pair made it down to the ground again, it is not known if they were reported to the police.

 

 

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