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As if Nashville hasn’t been through enough lately — two men caused a panic when they leapt from a hotel’s rooftop bar on New Year’s Day in a wild, caught-on-video stunt.
Video footage posted to Twitter shows the pair climb onto the railing and nonchalantly jump off as they throw their parachutes into the wind.
“Holy s—. Oh my god. Oh my god. Holy s—! Oh my god. Oh my god,” screams a woman from behind the lens as the two prepare for their descent.
Her tone quickly changes from shock to relief when she realizes the two BASE jumpers were saved by their parachutes.
“Yes, oh my gosh! They’re gone. Oh my god,” she says in the clip.
The video was taken around 7 p.m. Friday, from the 25th floor rooftop bar at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, about six blocks from where bomber Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, blew up a bomb planted in an RV on Christmas morning.
Hotel security reportedly told cops the two jumpers got into a car in a nearby parking lot where they landed, and drove off.
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