NIAGARA FALL, N.Y. ( WKBW ) Preparations continue for the high wire walk of Nik Wallenda over Niagara Falls Friday night.
Channel 7's Ed Reilly is on Goat Island where dozens of trucks and crews continue their work for the death defying stunt.
ABC-TV will position over a dozen cameras for the stunt, including a camera on a wire parallel to the one Wallenda will walk on.
If you are going to the event, organizers say to get their early, as parking will be at a premium. The City of Niagara Falls is waiving the two hour parking limits, and ask people to park safely in the city.
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WKBW Channel 7 is your Official Station for the Wallenda Walk. Coverage begins on Eyewitness News This Morning Friday from 5- 7am; continuing with "Good Morning America" at 7a.m.; "AM/Buffalo" at 10a.m.; "Eyewitness News At Noon"; and into the night with "Eyewitness News at 5, 5:30, and 6p.m."; followed by the "Megastunts" network special at 8p.m.; and a wrap up on "Eyewitness News at 11."