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  • Nik Wallenda discusses what happened when 5 fell from a high-wire pyramid

    Nik Wallenda, famed high-wire circus performer from Sarasota, talks about the practice of a high-wire stunt that cause five people to fall about 25 feet under the Circus Sarasota Big Top. Those injured include his aunt Rietta and his sister Lijana.

Nik Wallenda, famed high-wire circus performer from Sarasota, talks about the practice of a high-wire stunt that cause five people to fall about 25 feet under the Circus Sarasota Big Top. Those injured include his aunt Rietta and his sister Lijana. Hannah Morse Bradenton Herald
Nik Wallenda, famed high-wire circus performer from Sarasota, talks about the practice of a high-wire stunt that cause five people to fall about 25 feet under the Circus Sarasota Big Top. Those injured include his aunt Rietta and his sister Lijana. Hannah Morse Bradenton Herald
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