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Cliffhanger Rescued Just in the Nick of Time

Helicopter crew comes to the aid of a cliff climber who had no safety equipment.
01:41 | 07/04/2014

Transcript for Cliffhanger Rescued Just in the Nick of Time

Next tonight the risky rescue to save a climber holding on for dear life on the side of a cliff. The helicopter dangerously close to the rocks ABC's Neal Karlinsky shows us how they pulled it off. --... See More
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