NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. — We're in for quite a show above the Cataract City.
A group of skydivers will be jumping out a plane over Niagara Falls Wednesday at 6 p.m. According to Skydive The Falls, the group will be making history by being the world's first skydive over Niagara Falls.
The event was set to take place Tuesday, but was put off for one day due to the expected weather rolling into the area at about the same time.
The ride will be a 14,000 foot jump that will end in the Sheraton Hotel parking lot on the American side of Niagara Falls.
Monday on 2 On Your Side's Town Hall Michael Wooten and Kate Welshofer spoke with Jason Berger, co-owner of Skydive the Falls, about the event. You can watch the full interview with Berger below: