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NEW YORK, June 16 (APP): Daredevil Nik Wallenda on Friday night completed a harrowing tightrope walk in windy, misty darkness 170 feet above Niagara Falls separating the United States and Canada. Wallenda, 33, a member of the famed “Flying Wallendas” family of aerialists, took a little more than 25 minutes to walk 1,800 feet from the U.S. side over treacherous waters and rocks in a nationally televised event. Authorities approved the stunt with the understanding Wallenda would wear a safety tether from the time he stepped out on the cable until he reached solid ground in Canada.
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