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Stunt Diva Erendira Wallenda Dangles From Chopper for World Record

The wife of daredevil tight rope king Nik Wallenda hovered above Atlantic City beaches dangling from a helicopter. NBC10’s Cydney Long witnesses the stunt up close and spoke with Erendira Wallenda. (Published Thursday, July 14, 2016)

A member of the famous Wallenda thrill-seeking family attempts to set a world record in Atlantic City Thursday, dangling from a helicopter.

Erendira Wallenda will hang from the chopper as it flies for more than 10 miles.

If she can do it, she'll set a new world record for the longest aerial stunt.

The chopper stunt starts at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City and travels to Longport and back with Erendira hanging about 100 feet above the Atlantic Ocean.

Erendira caps off her stunt with a performance in front of the Taj Mahal.

The event kicks off husband Nik Wallenda's Zirkus, a variety show that includes stunts from the famous wire walker himself and a troupe of circus performers. 

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