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Crew Chief Fabian Gomez oversees the ramp corridor while Johnny Airtime practices for the head-on ramp to ramp jump over an oncoming three car train. After 300 practice jumps riding right on the railroad ties between the train tracks, Johnny was ready to bring on the train. Mount Hood, a year-round ski location in Oregon, looms in the background. On June 20, 1990, he successfully performed the jump on national television on FOX's Live! The World's Greatest Stunts.


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