11 Years Manufacturer Packaged Straps PK25150A-4 to Dominica Manufacturers
11 Years Manufacturer Packaged Straps PK25150A-4 to Dominica Manufacturers Detail:
Item NO.: PK25150A – 4
Packaged Ratchet Strap
Size: 1’’ X 12’
Breaking Strength: 1500 KGS / 3300 Lbs
Webbing Material: PE
Webbing Length: Customization
HOOK: Double J hook / Customization
Product detail pictures:
With all the "Client-Oriented" business enterprise philosophy, a rigorous quality regulate procedure, sophisticated production gear as well as a sturdy R&D team, we constantly give superior quality products and solutions, outstanding providers and competitive prices for 11 Years Manufacturer Packaged Straps PK25150A-4 to Dominica Manufacturers, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: United States, Birmingham, Romania, In order to make more people know our products and solutions and to enlarge our market, we've devoted a lot of attention to technical innovations and improvement, as well as replacement of equipment. Last but not the least, we also pay more attention to training our managerial personnel, technicians and workers in planned way.
(CBS/SMH AU) An Australian woman escaped with just cuts and bruises after her bungy cord snapped during a New Year’s Eve jump in Africa, sending her flying head-first into raging, crocodile-infested waters.
Erin Langworthy’s ill-fated jump from the Victoria Falls bridge – 111 metres above the Zambezi River – was caught on camera, showing the rope snapping and a large splash in the water below.
The footage showed her being washed downstream with the bungy cord still wrapped around her legs.
“It went black straight away and I felt like I’d been slapped all over,” the 22-year-old Perth woman told Nine News.
In the video her friends’ shocked reactions can be heard, including one girl urging the bungy operators to do something.
They can also be heard yelling out her name as she floats down the Zambezi River.
“I actually had to swim down and yank the bungy cord out of whatever it was caught onto,” Ms Langworthy said.
She swam to rocks on the side of the river, where she waited to be rescued.
“When I was first pulled out of the water they put me on my back and so all the water that I’d inhaled meant that I couldn’t breathe, so I made them roll me on to my side.
“And that’s when I started coughing out water and blood.”
Ms Langworthy was taken to hospital in South Africa, with bruises and grazes all over her body.
“Yes, I think it’s definitely a miracle that I survived.”
The Zambia Post reported Ms Langworthy swam to the Zimbabwean side of the river, which is the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwean police rushed down a staircase to her aid, the newspaper reported.
Zambia’s Tourism Minister Given Lubinda moved to reassure tourists that bungy jumping was safe.
“The bungy has proven to be a very viable operation considering that more than 50,000 tourists jump on it every year,” he told the Lusaka Times.
“It has been in operation for 10 years. This is the first time I am hearing of an incident. The probability of an incident is one in 500,000 jumps.”
Mr Lubinda said he would be working with the operator to make sure their equipment was safe and that bungy jumping was “incident-free”.
An investigation into the rope snap has been launched by the Tourism Ministry.
Meatballs – Live At Black Jack Rock Bar – Sao Paulo – Brazil – 1996
Guitar- Jonca Harp