QUZHOU, China-- American wingsuiter Jeb Corliss successfully flew through a narrow valley in the Langshan Mountain in Quzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, on Saturday.
The valley is only 60 feet wide at its widest point and only 11 feet wide at its narrowest point, according to the Today Show.
At 16:30 on Saturday afternoon, Corliss jumped out of a helicopter and flew towards the valley at the speed of 160 kilometers per hour. The jump was dubbed 'the flying dagger,' according to NBC News.
Corliss called the jump 'exhilarating,' according to the Today Show... and added that it was the most spectacular and scary stunt he had ever completed.
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