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Russian Daredevils Jump From Construction Crane in Siberia

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Three base jumpers have been filmed leaping off the tip of a construction crane in Siberia this week — because when you have a structure this tall, the only reasonable thing to do is to jump off it.

Gripping footage filmed by the city of Krasnoyarsk’s Enisey broadcaster showed the daredevils taking turns jumping from the 80-meter crane.

After gliding down over the construction site for a few seconds, the jumpers can be seen landing somewhere between the woods and a car dealership.

Police told the outlet they were inspecting the base jump. No injuries were reported following the jumpers' daring feat.

Russian law does not explicitly prohibit base jumping, a popular activity in which parachutists jump from tall buildings, bridges and cliffs.

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