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He's a daredevil without a doubt nick will lend -- making history becoming these first person to walk a tight -- across Niagara Falls.
It wasn't a cake walk though the 33 year old braved whipping winds and heavy mist as he teetered high above the rushing water.
From the US side to Canada Rick Leventhal taking it all in joining us now live in Niagara Falls I won't even ask why.
But did -- make it.
He absolutely did Jamie.
And images can barely do justice to how impressive and powerful.
This walk was the wires actually already been taken down we can show you the -- themselves the -- that right across.
That gorge from here on the US side over to Canada 18100 feet of it.
Nick climbed on that -- steel cable at 10:17.
PM eastern time last night about 4000 people here -- -- -- Another 100000 across the Niagara river waiting -- to arrive he began his.
Careful journey into the -- when he reached the middle.
Of horseshoe falls that famous miss got very very that was it was tough brought to see him at accorded him it was governor -- period and enveloped him.
But -- -- seventh generation daredevil he never really slow down instead of the predicted 35 to forty minute journey he made it into the 45 minutes after.
Kneeling on the wire -- point and pumping his fist and looking skyward.
Apparently at a tribute to a great grandfather Carl.
It had spread to the last fifteen people platform where he'd be greeted by customs officials.
And his wife and three kids -- talk about the challenges that he faced during the cross.
I looked down at the cable.
There was water moving everywhere I looked up there is heavy mist blowing in front -- my -- it was a very unique.
A weird sensation.
But I think it almost made me feel more comfortable -- that makes any sense.
Because I couldn't see that -- moving and I got to -- that my wife -- my goodness that wire was moving everywhere on your feet hasn't really didn't feel that that.
Nick says it was a childhood dream come true and when asked what he would do next he said.
Cross the Grand Canyon he's got the permits but it could take years for that to happen him.
-- -- Okay hit amazing story thanks so much -- -- don't try that now here.
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