Tourists Test The Safety of 984-Foot High Chinese Glass Bridge – With Sledgehammers

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On Saturday, roughly 30 visitors were brought onto the bridge at the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon in Hunan province, given 5.5-kilogram (roughly 12-pound) sledgehammers and told to have at it, Xinhua reports. Supposedly both the longest (430 meters, or 1,411 feet) and the highest (300 meters, or 984 feet, above ground) glass bridge on the planet, the Zhangjiajie bridge completed construction in spring 2016 and is apparently able to withstand the weight of 800 people at once. Originally slated to debut to the public in May, rainfall has pushed its opening date back to July, according to the South China Morning Post.

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