"It got narrow fast," said daredevil Jeb Corliss, who jumped out of a helicopter and flew through a narrow mountain fissure in China on Saturday. NBC's Ian Williams reports.
Jeb Corbliss narrowly lands a record-breaking helicopter jump on Saturday in China, diving from the copter and soaring the length of three football fields through a mountain pass of 25 feet wide.
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The Jianglang mountain is seen shrouded in clouds, top, and then as the skies clear, below.
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Villagers waiting for Jeb Corliss to attempt his daring stunt flight between soaring rocks in the Jianglang mountains in China's Zhejiang Province.
Wingsuit flyer Jeb Corliss gets ready to take to the skies on Saturday.