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The moment Wu Yongning supposedly plunged to his death has been posted on YouTube - where it has millions of views What happened to Wu Yongning? Wu Yongning claimed to be 'China's first rooftopper'.
Reports that Wu Yongning, 26, hoped to pocket $15,000 for dangling off Changsha's Huayuan Hua Centre without a harness offered a glimpse into rooftopping's allure.
Wu Yongning, known as the Chinese Superman, died in 2017 while performing a rooftopping stunt.  Marisa Lazo , who on April 25, 2017, required firefighters to rescue her from the hook of a construction crane 12 stories above a Toronto street.
Who was Wu Yongning? Wu Yongning was a 26-year-old daredevil from China, who is believed to have made a living from created viral videos through hair-raising stunts.
Wu Yongning was famous for rooftopping, and unfortunately he also went viral for dying from it. After a video showing him falling to his death off a 62-story skyscraper took over the Internet, it ...
Daredevil falls to death after filming self atop 62-story skyscraper in China Wu Yongning, known for his "rooftopping" stunts on social media, reportedly planned to propose to his girlfriend the ...
“Rooftopper” Wu Yongning’s plans for his future and his family would no longer be fulfilled as the famed Chinese daredevil accidentally plummeted to his death in a newly released footage of his last stunt atop the 62-story Huayuan International Center in Hunan Province, Central China.
Chinese rooftopping star Wu Yongning fell to his death from 62-storey New Sad Details About Wu Youngning, The Chinese 'Rooftopper' Who Fell 62 Stories To His Death During A Stunt Home
Police said Wu Yongning fell to his death from the 62-storey Huayuan Hua Centre, one of the tallest buildings in Changsha, the capital of Hunan province, on November 8.
Wu Yongning/Weibo “Rooftopping,” the so-called photography movement, has been around since at least 2012, where photographers and often their models, brave dizzying heights in city centres to ...