Latvian firefighters catch mid-air flying person who attempted suicide

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+1 1. zxoxz commented 3 years ago

Just awesome!!
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+1 2. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

OMD and I bet she had nothing else planned for the day. :|
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+1 3. Dennyboy commented 3 years ago

Blimey...:O
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0 4. Paperman commented 3 years ago

That guy has steel joints. Such a heavy weight, at such a speed should have pulled his arms right out of his sockets.
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0 5. MicoMaco commented 3 years ago

If I didn't see it in this video I'd thought it's not possible. Like Paperman said heavy weight, grown up person, high speed... all this generates tremendous force when trying to stop it in such a short distance. This reminds me more on some super hero action movie... Chuck Norris jokes are less jokes from now on.
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+1 6. ComentAtor commented 3 years ago

just like that guy in Alan Ford .. who never succeeds in his suicide attempts..

still great job!
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0 7. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#6 Yup, it was!