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For us, the bungee jump is a no-no. We're stay at home and eat pies, type of people./

But for Christine Rougoor hurling yourself from a ledge it a yes-yes, even though she's wheelchair bound.

The jump in Whistler in British Columbia was organised by the 9Lives Adventures Inc (now there's a lawsuit waiting to happen).

“The chair provides much more stability for the bungee jump. It prevents the blood from rolling around the body too fast and prevents black-outs,” explained the founder of the company to the Telegraph.

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