Stuntman Who Was Walking On Airplane’s Wings Dies After Fall
During a Michigan air show on Sunday at Selfridge Air National Guard Base, aerial stuntman Todd Green was performing a "wingwalking" stunt, wherein he attempted to walk across an airplane's wings and enter a helicopter that was riding alongside. At some point he lost his balance and fell 200 feet to his death.
Green has been performing these types of stunts for about 25 years, so he was experienced. But why wasn't he wearing a parachute? Did it have something to do with his relatively low altitude, and the fact that, from such an altitude, a parachute may not have done much? We don't know. But we do know he leaves behind a wife and two children.
The fall occurs at 3:20. Although it's not shown in its entirety, it's still very scary and very sad.
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