A man has survived a fall from Niagara falls on the border between Canada and the United States. The canadian police announced on Wednesday, officials were alarmed because a man is “in a crisis situation” on the edge of the 57-metre-high Horseshoe falls stand. When the police arrived, they climbed the man over a wall, was swept away by the masses of water and plunged into the deep.
@NiagParksPolice 0400 responded to times in a crisis brink of Horseshoe Falls. On arrival times, what is observed to climb over retaining wall and swept over falls. Times what is found sitting on rocks after search of lower river w/non life threatening injuries. Trans. to hosp. further care
— Niagara Parks Police (@NiagParksPolice) July 9, 2019
No life-threatening injuries
The man was found dead: He sat on a stone in the river. He retired in the fall of injuries, but they were not life-threatening. The Horseshoe waterfall is the highest of Niagara falls. According to media reports, it is only the fourth known case is that an adult survived without any protection, a fall from Niagara falls. In addition, a seven-year-old with a life jacket, rushed to a boating accident in the Horseshoe-waterfall, survived in 1960. Always adventurous, try to conquer the Niagara falls in barrels, or on floating bodies. For some of these Attempts ended fatally.
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