Terrifying! Glass Bridge Between Two Mountains In China Begins To Crack — While People Are On It! See The Damage HERE

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OMG, this is SO SCARY!

Henan Province in China opened a beautiful glass platform bridge attached to the cliff face of Yuntai Mountain, allowing tourists to look down 3500 ft as they walked from peak to peak.

But looking down might not have been advisable on Tuesday when a glass pane cracked under their feet!

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Several tourists reportedly ran screaming from the walkway, others stuck around to check it out.

One visitor that took pictures of the damage and posted them on a Chinese social media site along with a description of the event. She posted:

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glass bridge china cracked mountain dangerous

“[I’ve] just witnessed history. The glass-bottomed walkway on Yuntai Mountain just cracked. When I was about to reach the end [of the passage], I heard a sudden bang and felt a shake under my feet.”

“I looked down and saw the glass floor beneath me shattered. [I have] no idea why it happened, at that moment everybody was screaming.”

“I yelled out loud ‘It cracked, it really cracked!’, then pushed the people in front of me to leave. [I was] terrified.”

The woman, only known by the screen name ‘lidonghaishuohezainihaowodehai’ has since taken the message down as she said she was receiving too much attention for it.

A spokesperson for the Yuntai Mountain hot spot did confirm that a piece of glass had broken on the walkway and they quickly and safely evacuated everyone.

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According to the spokesperson, the cracks had apparently been a result of a tourist dropping a stainless steel mug on the walkway, but assured everyone that no one was in danger as it only broke one of three layers of glass.

Oh. Yeah, we’d TOTALLY feel much safer. LOLz!

The one-month-old site is currently closed until further notice.

We’re just glad everyone is okay!

Would you ever be brave enough to attempt one of these trendy new glass bridges in China? Or are you happy seeing the ground beneath your feet?!

[Image via lidonghaishuohezainihaowodehai/Weibo/AP Images.]

Oct 7, 2015 1:38pm PST

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