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A man survives plunge over Niagara Falls

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By JOHN MOORE

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One lucky person. I hope he gets help forvwhatever out him in the crisis.

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With high water in Lake Erie making for exceptional flows, perhaps this is the summer for a quick trip to see the falls.

Watch this! - here, hold my beer.

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The article is useless.

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That's a novel way to get into Canada

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That's a novel way to get into Canada

He may have entered the falls from Canada, we don't know.

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I had gone on a visit to Niagara falls on July 6th 2019 and was discussing with my daughter about the falls and had discussion on misadventures if any of recent times. No one would survive if anyone is caught or falls in the middle of the water from top which comes down with ferocious speed. If anyone survives, it will be a luck and luck alone.

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Serrano, If you read the article you should be able to infer he more than likely started on the US side. “The man ended up on the Cnd. side of the Falls...”

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That's a novel way to get into Canada

@Serrano

He may have entered the falls from Canada, we don't know.

My guess is he went in from the Canadian side. The foot of the American falls is full of boulders and I doubt anyone could survive there. And it did say “Horseshoe Falls”, the more scenic Canadian side.

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is this something we should know about ?

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@Nobnagai

is this something we should know about ?

Definitely. “The National Enquirer” didn’t carry it.

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Serrano, If you read the article you should be able to infer he more than likely started on the US side. “The man ended up on the Cnd. side of the Falls...”

My guess is he went in from the Canadian side. The foot of the American falls is full of boulders and I doubt anyone could survive there. And it did say “Horseshoe Falls”, the more scenic Canadian side.

I guess we'll find out which one is correct and tell Nobnaga!

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ooly - Serrano, If you read the article you should be able to infer he more than likely started on the US side.

When you use phrases such as "should be able to infer", and "more than likely", it suggests that you do not know which side of the river this moron entered the water.

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@arrestpaul Exactly, exactly!

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