Man free-climbing Flatirons captures terrifying, 60-foot fall on GoPro camera

Kyle Walker told the Boulder Daily Camera newspaper that he broke both wrists as well as his pelvis and suffered eight busted ribs and a punctured lung.
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Transcript for Man free-climbing Flatirons captures terrifying, 60-foot fall on GoPro camera
Back now with a terrifying fall caught on camera. A free fall in Colorado, slip slipping. His gopro reporting the whole time. Tonight, how he survived. Here is Clayton Sandell. Reporter: Climbing, jumping, and enjoying the view from the flatiron mountains near Boulder. Kyle walker says he'd done this hundreds of times. And on this day, he's free climbing, no ropes. But then, walker tells "The Boulder daily camera" newspaper, his foot slips. The camera strapped to his chest capturing his 60 foot tumble down the rock face to a painful landing, then moaning, in and out of consciousness. Walker tells the paper he broke both wrists and his pelvis. He also had eight busted ribs and a punctured lung, but was alive, in and out of consciousness for about an hour late interfinally rescued. He tells the paper he healed remarkably quickly and is out of the hospital. A TV legetd and the an mels

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