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Viral Video: Ice Climber Falls 100 Feet, Caught On Video, Sustains Only A Broken Ankle!

I fell four feet off of the Saranac float this past weekend during the Utica St. Patrick’s Day parade and NOBODY caught it on film, but this ice climber fell 100 feet and the whole thing was caught on his helmet cam. Thankfully he only sustained a broken ankle and is still with us. Watch below and don’t grip your mouse too tightly.

 

 

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