CUTLINE- Workers for Q-Serve Communications in Lee's Summit did an aerial balancing act Wednesday on a platform they constructed on a cell-phone tower near U.S. 69 and College Boulevard in Overland Park. The men were installing lines and antennas.    Workers for Q-Serve Communications did a little tight rope walking on a platform they constructed on a Nextel cell phone tower in Overland Park off of 69 Highway and College Boulevard Wednesday. The men were working on a three-day project to install lines and antennas to the tower. MIKE RANSDELL//The Kansas City Star
CUTLINE- Workers for Q-Serve Communications in Lee's Summit did an aerial balancing act Wednesday on a platform they constructed on a cell-phone tower near U.S. 69 and College Boulevard in Overland Park. The men were installing lines and antennas. Workers for Q-Serve Communications did a little tight rope walking on a platform they constructed on a Nextel cell phone tower in Overland Park off of 69 Highway and College Boulevard Wednesday. The men were working on a three-day project to install lines and antennas to the tower. MIKE RANSDELL//The Kansas City Star THE KANSAS CITY STAR
CUTLINE- Workers for Q-Serve Communications in Lee's Summit did an aerial balancing act Wednesday on a platform they constructed on a cell-phone tower near U.S. 69 and College Boulevard in Overland Park. The men were installing lines and antennas. Workers for Q-Serve Communications did a little tight rope walking on a platform they constructed on a Nextel cell phone tower in Overland Park off of 69 Highway and College Boulevard Wednesday. The men were working on a three-day project to install lines and antennas to the tower. MIKE RANSDELL//The Kansas City Star THE KANSAS CITY STAR