Balloon Man's Air-Travel Hopes Burst Over Newfoundland

Jonathan Trappe planned to cross the Atlantic Ocean using more than 300 helium balloons.
0:33 | 09/13/13

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American -- attempt to fly across the Atlantic under a cluster of balloons and -- to have come to an and Jonathan Trapp was forced to cut his -- short about twelve hours after taking off from Maine yesterday morning. That he was using more than 300 helium filled balloons in attempts that he ultimately land him anywhere on the other side from 36 days away. But he came down the coast of Newfoundland where his FaceBook page says he spent the night just before announcing his landing there trapped posted -- doesn't look like France. But Kansas either. A lot of clearly now he's gonna start -- -- -- bad.

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