BALTIMORE - ABC2 News Charley Crowson rappelled the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel for a good cause Friday.
The climb benefits the National Kidney Foundation, 75 people total were expected to rappel down the side of the building.
In order to do it, a minimum $1,000 donation was required.
Charley had a camera mounted on his helmet, so you could see what it looked like on the way down.
There were some scary moments. Charley's harness was tangled and crews had to help him get unravelled.
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