By Jim Johnson

By: Jim Johnson

You’d be hard pressed to think of something more frightening. A glass walkway 3,500 feet in the air in China started cracking with a bunch of tourists on it.

The 1,300-foot bridge spans a canyon in Yuntai Mountain Scenic Park. Chinese officials say that despite the crack, nobody was actually in any danger. They say a sharp, falling object broke the top pane of a three-tier system. But some park-goers disagree, with one calling the official response “a joke” on social media.

Similar incidents have occurred at the Tower Bridge in London and the Willis Tower in Chicago. (USA Today)



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