Technicians hook up lights on Seattle's Space Needle (w/video)

Posted on November 27, 2013 

Technicians climbed the Space Needle on Wednesday, Nov. 27 to hook up lights for Seattle's highest holiday tree.

Manuel Valdes of The Associated Press was there as the technicians worked 600 feet off the ground (with safety harnesses, of course) to string up the lights, which will be lit Friday and be on display until the new year.


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