Neil Bradford reports on the terrifying moment that left three people fearing for their lives after their hot-air balloon crashed into power cables carrying 132,000-volts.
Emergency crews were called to Bozeat bojut near Wellingborough - to find the balloon entangled in the wires - with the basket and its passengers, hanging below. It took emergency services five hour to get the trio back down to earth.
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