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Daredevils Walk High Wire Between Hot Air Balloons
Two extreme athletes from France try to walk a tightrope between two hot air balloons about 16-hundred feet up in the air, above the Pyrenee Mountains in Spain.

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NBCNews (Date:02/13/2014 07:32)

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