Glass bridge in China
Not for the faint-hearted! A glass bridge has been erected in China and people are already taking a crack at it. Brave volunteers and staff thrashed sledgehammers down onto the glass bottom bridge beneath them to test the strength and sturdiness of the structure. And with the bridge being suspended a whopping 300 metres above ground that definitely took some guts.

Israeli Haim Dotan is the chief architect behind the project, which its creators claim is the largest glass bridge of its kind in the world.

The courageous volunteers were harnessed to the side of the bridge as a precaution but reassuringly none of them managed to break through the glass. And just to drive the point home, a 15-tonne SUV was then driven over the glass just to, er, hammer in its strength.

Listen and watch:

1. Some people have already crossed the bridge.
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2. The bridge is more than 100 meters above the ground.
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3. According to the chief architect, it is the largest bridge of the world.
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4. A person was seriously injured when he fell through the bridge.
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5. A 15-tonne SUV destroyed the bridge by accident.
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