Niagara Falls, N.Y. - Nik Wallenda will tiptoe over Niagara Falls on a very strong wire in just four days.
It's actually a cable, and will be strung across the Falls Tuesday night, June 12.
The heavy equipment needed for suspending the cable was put into place Monday. That two-inch cable is provided by the Henrietta company O'Connell Electric.
Senator Charles Schumer says the FAA has granted a permit to allow a helicopter to help with installation.
A national audience will be watching Wallenda on prime time.
You can watch the big event live on 13 WHAM.
Coverage begins at 8 p.m.
13WHAM News will be there, bringing you the historic event.