Two Russian women almost fell to their deaths after a precariously positioned cliff-edge swing broke. The duo was taking a ride on the swing, which hung about 6,300 feet above sea level, reported CNBCTV18.com. The swing, which hung from the overhead precipice of the cliff, suddenly tumbled after one of its chains snapped. The incident was captured on video and occurred in the Sulak Canyon in the Russian Republic of Dagestan, on the western shores of the Caspian Sea. As the chains snapped, the swing tilted completely to one side. The women, who were not wearing any safety harnesses, went flying down the cliff face. Fortunately, instead of landing on the ground many thousand feet below, they landed on a wooden platform just a few feet below the cliff edge. The two women sustained bruises and scratches. The shocked victims were quickly pulled back into safety by family and bystanders. Watch the video to know more.