SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Dozens of people will be going over the edge to raise money for brain cancer research on Saturday at the Grand Hyatt San Diego.
Friday was media day, and CBS News 8's very own Jeff Zevely rappelled down 30 stories to the ground below with a special teenager determined to beat the disease.
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It takes courage to rappel from the tallest Waterfront building on the West coast, but if 16-year-old Bryce newman could do it, then so could Jeff.
Bryce is battling brain cancer. His football teammates at Cathedral Catholic shaved their heads to support him.
On Friday, everyone was on the same team.
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Last year, Over the Edge raised more than $200,000 for San Diego based brain cancer research.
It's a daring dangle for a good with no strings attached.
On Saturday, Jack FM 100.7, will broadcast LIVE from the event from 11 a.m., to 3 p.m., and offer a chance for one lucky person to rappel free of charge.
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Some of the footage in this video story was shot using a GoPro camera.