Piyan Mountains, China: Tourist is left dangling 330ft in the air after glass-bottomed bridge shatters in 90mph gale-force winds!

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Tourist is left dangling 330ft in the air after glass-bottomed bridge shatters in 90mph gale-force winds in China

  • Tourist was left in danger after glass-bottomed bridge was damaged by winds
  • A terrifying image purportedly shows a man clinging onto the railing
  • He was guided to safety by firefighters, police, and forestry and tourism workers 

By SOPHIE TANNO FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 16:50 BST, 9 May 2021 | UPDATED: 17:18 BST, 9 May 2021

A tourist was left clinging on for dear life after the glass panels of a 330-ft high bridge in China were damaged in strong winds. 

The glass-bottomed bridge is located at a resort built into the Piyan Mountain in the Chinese city of Longjing. 

A terrifying image purportedly shows a man clinging onto the railing after winds of up to 90mph blew away some of the glass panels on Friday. 

A terrifying image purportedly shows a man clinging on the railing after winds of up to 90mph blew away some of the glass panels on Friday
A terrifying image purportedly shows a man clinging on the railing after winds of up to 90mph blew away some of the glass panels on Friday
The glass-bottomed bridge is located at a resort built into the Piyan Mountain in the Chinese city of Longjing. Above, the bridge pictured prior to the incident
The glass-bottomed bridge is located at a resort built into the Piyan Mountain in the Chinese city of Longjing. Above, the bridge pictured prior to the incident 

According to a report in the Straits Times, the man was stuck on the bridge for a brief period.

He crawled to safety, guided by firefighters, police, and forestry and tourism workers. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9559337/Tourist-left-dangling-330ft-air-glass-bridge-shatters.html?ito=social-twitter_mailonlineHe crawled to safety, guided by firefighters, police, and forestry and tourism workers. 

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