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Man vs. Impossible visits students (and pulls a bus) in Great Falls

GREAT FALLS – Students throughout Great Falls Public Schools saw the impossible happen Thursday morning.

Man vs. Impossible Mark Kirsch is known for moving large objects such as C-130s and other military aircraft down taxiways.

He showcased his skills in Great Falls by pulling a bus full of Paris Gibson Education Center students.

Before he pulled the bus, Kirsch inspired the students to achieve their dreams and to never give up.

“I was told, for like five years, there is no why you can do this. Nobody supported me, no one was there to say, ‘Hey, you got this,’ and nobody gave me any encouragement. I had a dream. I wanted to pull a C-17. I wanted to pull a 767. I wanted to be the strongest man in the world,” Kirsch said.

Kirsch achieved his dreams and he will showcase them again this summer at Malmstrom Air Force Base.

He is one of many acts coming to Great Falls for Montana’s Open House, “Mission Over Malmstrom,” on July 13 and 14.

Reporting by Margaret DeMarco for MTN News

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