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High wire standoff that we've been watching -- came to a dramatic event.
A mentally ill man keeping rescuers that they after climbing a hundred feet up -- TV tower.
In Tulsa Oklahoma this -- so scary.
That man became so weak.
And dehydrated that He almost passed out and fell but they believed someone was there to grabbed him at the very last second watch this.
He started to pass out.
And I grabbed in the keep you can -- And -- minute there He just was completely out.
So I'll just hold known to women and He just kind of snapped back into it and and we started over.
Easier -- has more on.
This must invest.
-- -- 25 year old -- stirred event began his long standoff -- TV tower Thursday morning.
Tulsa police firefighters and even onlookers watch the -- day and night.
There's got to jump litigant dies -- gonna live is He gonna.
These -- gonna come down.
As the days pass -- event could be seen climbing standing sitting and even napping on the tall metal structure.
At times He could be heard shouting back down to police.
Rescue crews tried several tactics in an effort to get him down including offering them food and water -- -- employed almost every negotiation strategy that there is with the general.
Officials were wit's end because they could not force the man down it was logistically impossible to place -- net under the tower because of its size.
Probably the most difficult thing about this one is.
Sheer amount of time that it's been going online.
That is until a retired police negotiator arrived on the scene -- it's.
Allowing him anytime you just trying to get it on the -- news parading about -- her feet so we just had to deal with that.
I only mean.
-- that was taken to a hospital where is being treated for dehydration he's listed in stable condition.
An expected to be transferred to a mental health facility for observation.
Started it could be charged with -- passing.
All right thanks to Ainsley Earhardt -- for that story.
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