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KCBD VIDEO: 103-year-old Lubbock man goes ziplining in Palo Duro Canyon

Elvin Howell ziplining in Palo Duro Canyon (Source: KCBD Video) Elvin Howell ziplining in Palo Duro Canyon (Source: KCBD Video)
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There are brave people, then there is Elvin Howell. Howell, a 103 year old Lubbock Resident, decided to go ziplining today at Palo Duro Canyon.

He joined a group of other senior citizens in taking the line through the canyon. Howell, who lives at Lubbock's Carillon, says he takes no medicine and still walks without a cane. He also appears to be afraid of nothing.

We'll have more with Elvin coming up tonight on NewsChannel 11 at 10.

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