A man fell 167 feet into Niagara Falls, hitting the water on the Canadian side, and surviving with non-life threatening injuries on July 9.
The unidentified man was seen at Horseshoe Falls around 4 a.m. on Tuesday and plunged the hundred-foot height of the fall, reported Fox News. Niagara Parks Police wrote on Twitter that they had reached out to a man in crisis and saw him climbing over the “retaining wall and swept over falls.”
Police said the man was later found sitting near an observation platform at the base of the falls. He was transported to a hospital for non-fatal injuries.