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The world is reflecting on a death-defying walk
The Flying Wallendas are not to be held down. The family of tightrope walkers has been making a comeback in a big way: Taking on Times Square.
The him bread suffered a near-tragedy in 2017, when Lijana Wallenda was injured after a crash in Sarasota, Fla., where the family lives.
“They broke every bone in her face,” Nik Wallenda called into the New York Post. “She’s got 73 and screws in her face. She still has pain in her heel. This is something that makes them feel like they have to do it. I think that people will be inspired to see it back on the wire. Just have to move on with life.”
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A high-wire crossing Times Square, on Thursday the 20th of June, 2019 at the latest, in New York city. Artists Nik and Lijana Wallenda crossing Times Square on a high wire on Sunday.
How’s, 40’s, and Lijana, 42, team up-to-the-tightrope-walk over five blocks in Times Square on Sunday night. Lijana, start at one end of an uphill hike, and while Nik is going to meet her in the middle of the other side, the descent of which, he told the Post, “more value for money.”
At the meeting, in front of the Viacom building at 1515 Broadway, How you say, “They are in the thread. And I her, and we’ll change places. After I read about her, she’ll get back up and keep on walking.”
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Even though it is not a safety net, that’s How I said earlier, gives a false feeling of security and safety, while practicing, the students are to be equipped with seat belts in the event of an accident.
Aerialist Nik Wallenda talks to the media about the planned high-wire act, will, on Thursday the 20th of June, 2019 at the latest, in New York city. Wallenda and his sister Lijana will cross Times Square on a high wire on Sunday. He likes to have a cable similar to the one that will stretch across the square.
Nik said in the Post, he was a little concerned with the engineering issues and the stabilisation of the trouble in the Big Apple in the run-up to the event. “We have to have a power cord in the back to 1568 Broadway, that was a week ago,” he admitted. “The changes in the city each and every day. It will be extremely challenging. I’ve got eyes all over the place, and make sure that the walk is done properly and safely.”
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The Wallendas have come from a long line of stunt performers.
The Patriarch, Karl Wallenda, died in a crash during a stunt in 1978, in the united states of america. Two of the other members of the family reported to have died a few decades ago, at a show.
Nik Wallenda successfully crossed the Little Colorado River Gorge near the Grand Canyon in 2013, which was broadcast by the Discovery Channel. In 2012, Nik became the first person to cross the border to Niagara Falls, where he has a safety chain.
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The Wallendas trace their roots to 1780 Austria-Hungary, when their ancestors traveled as a band of acrobats, aerialists, jugglers, animal trainers and a bit later, trapeze artists.
Although the Wallendas keep track of their work, and Nik says that he knows that he will not be forever.
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“55, I will have to be done,” he told the Post. My mother is almost 70 and he said: “I expect that I’m walking with you.” I think I’ll be retired before I get to that age, for safety’s sake. Over the past 10 years, I am ready to take the reins. My sons are large-wire walkers, but it is the oldest, Yanni, was in the Navy. He was 21. Amadeos is only 18, but he’s going to be in the Army, on the 5th of July.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.