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.
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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.