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WATCH: Truck Driver Barely Crosses Railless Narrow Bridge Above Frozen Waters

A narrow slipper bridge above a frozen river, stands no chance against this skilled truck driver.

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A video of a truck driver has recently gone viral for pulling off an amazing driving technique crossing a bridge that spans the Vitim River in Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia.

Footage shows how the truck driver navigates the tricky route; the bridge has no safety railings, some parts of the metal are rusting, and the wooden slats are decaying. To make matters even riskier, we can see the 50 feet tall bridge spans over the frozen river, with ice sometimes making the route slippery.

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As we see in the video, the 6 feet wide bridge has barely space enough for a car, so the skill the truck driver must have to navigate that beast of a bridge has to be impeccable.

The bridge was built in the 1980s for use by trains, which explains why there are no safety railings around it.

According to the Dangerous Roads website, surviving this bridge crossing is considered such an accomplishment that the 34 people who have done it have created their own Facebook page.

Speaking of bizarre dangerous videos, check out this video of a cat that jumped from the 5th floor of a burning building, and survived.

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