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The Flying Wallendas triumphed the New York skies in a daring never-before-attempted stunt where they successfully crossed a 1,300ft-long high-wire set 25-stories high across two sky scrapers in Times Square, all without a safety net.

It was an incredible comeback for daredevil Nik Wallenda and his sister Lijana after she took a catastrophic fall during a high-wire stunt in 2017 and broke every bone in her face and suffered additional injury to her ribs and foot.

The article goes on to state the following:

Around 9:20 on Sunday Nik Wallenda took the first steps in the gravity-defying act and Lijana followed soon afterwards marking her first stunt since the 2017 accident, singing hymns as she went.

Nik strutted out with confidence saying ‘If you can make it in New York you can make it anywhere’. But his sister Lijana was delayed in her walk as she gave a last minute nervous glance over her safety gear.

In the stunt Nik and Lijana wore safety harnesses – something Nik usually opposes – as they braved the wire that’s just three-fourths of an inch wide, the same width of a quarter.

The video below includes the entire stunt:

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