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'Flying Wallendas' Cross Times Square 1,300 Feet In The Air

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'Flying Wallendas' Cross Times Square 1,300 Feet In The Air

'Flying Wallendas' Cross Times Square 1,300 Feet In The Air

Aerialist Nik Wallenda walks the highwire with his sister Lijana as they greet the crowd over Times Square in New York, U.S., June 23, 2019.

REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (Reuters) - A brother and sister tightrope act crossed Times Square on a high wire 25 floors above the New York landmark on Sunday night.

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