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Stuntman skydives 2,400 feet without parachute

2012-05-25 06:59:26 GMT2012-05-25 14:59:26(Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Stuntman Gary Connery is seen in the sky wearing a specially developed wingsuit near Henley-on-Thames, west of London May 23, 2012. He had jumped from a helicopter at 2,400 feet and successfully landed without the use of a parachute. (REUTERS/Eddie Keogh)

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Stuntman Gary Connery, wearing a specially developed wingsuit, prepares to land among cardboard boxes in Henley-on-Thames, west of London May 23, 2012. He had jumped from a helicopter at 2,400 feet and successfully landed without the use of a parachute. (REUTERS/Eddie Keogh)

Stuntman Gary Connery, wearing a specially developed wingsuit, lands among cardboard boxes in Henley-on-Thames, west of London May 23, 2012. He had jumped from a helicopter at 2,400 feet and successfully landed without the use of a parachute. (REUTERS/Eddie Keogh)

Stuntman Gary Connery (R) shakes hands with the 'wingman' cameraman before he boards a helicopter in Henley-on-Thames, west of London May 23, 2012. Wearing a specially developed wingsuit he jumped from a helicopter at 2,400 feet and landed without the use of a parachute. (REUTERS/Eddie Keogh)

Stuntman Gary Connery, wearing a specially developed wingsuit, jumped from a helicopter at 2,400 feet and successfully landed without the use of a parachute, near Henley-on-Thames, England on May 23.

(Agencies)

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