Chinese man survives high speed drop from waterfall #shorts

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Chinese man survives high speed drop from waterfall #shorts” – below is their description.

A man in eastern China’s Anhui province fell down from a waterfall at high speed after trying

to run across it. Fortunately, he escaped the ordeal with only minor scratches

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