Aerial China: Workers ‘walk in the air’ to check power lines

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Aerial China: Workers ‘walk in the air’ to check power lines” – below is their description.

It is a job that requires meticulousness, speed and courage in equal measure. Braving heights, workers for China Southern Power Grid were seen checking over 110 kilometers of cables between Haba and Yulong Snowy Mountains in southwest China’s Yunnan Province. They are expected to finish the work in five days. #AerialChina #Roadtoxiaokangsociety

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