B.C. daredevil plans Niagara Falls stunts

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B.C. daredevil plans Niagara Falls stunts
Canwest News Service
Published: Wednesday, June 11, 2008
NANAIMO – Vancouver Island daredevil Dean Sullivan has landed a summer job in Niagara Falls, where he is being paid to rappel off a 155-metre tower and break the world record for the longest rappel out of a helicopter.
The stint marks a return for Sullivan, who twice — in 2004 and 2007 — speed-rappelled off the cliffs of the falls.
He made headlines in 2002 when he bungee-jumped off the Lions Gate Bridge at Vancouver’s Stanley Park. He was trying to land on a passing cruise ship, but miscalculated and hit his head. (more…)

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