British BBC Correspondent Hangs on Cable Car

British BBC Correspondent Hangs on Cable Car
The British were stranded on several meters of high-rise ropeways when shooting for a BBC television program.

Fortunately, British reporter Joanne Whalley was rescued without a job.

In the Penrhyn Quarry near the town of Bethesda in North Wales, Joanne Whalley, a reporter for the Fast Track, a travel show on British BBC, wanted to try the re-commissioned ropeway.

The system is running, the wind measurements are also suitable Sistem

Exciting trip of the reporter begins with the cable car.

The main pit of the quarry is about a thousand 600 meters wide, while the depth is 370 meters.

However, due to strong winds, the ropeway gets stuck in the middle before reaching the target.

Whalley is stranded a few feet above the ground. The British reporter is having quite a big thrill.

Fortunately, the officials get Whalley to the target by hand.

Whalley said that he was terrified after he got away, and that his hanging was very cold.

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