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Weird NewsWoman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open

18:32  16 august  2019
18:32  16 august  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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A woman is recovering in hospital after a horror sky diving accident saw both her main and back up parachutes not work. Then it got really messy when that one didn't work and the woman was forced to free fall until they hit the ground in a wooded area.

But little does he know that his fears are about to come true as he finally plucks up the courage to make the leap Seconds into his fall it becomes clear that the man's parachute has failed to open and he plummets towards Miraculously, the man survived the fall after the powdery snow cushions his fall.

Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open © Getty The woman was skydiving in Quebec (file photo)

A woman in Canada has survived a fall of nearly a mile after her parachute failed to open.

The 30-year-old has not yet been named but witnesses described seeing her plunge more than 4,900ft (1,500m) to the ground and crashing into trees.

The incident happened on 10 August at a skydiving centre in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec.

Witness Denis Demers told Radio-Canada he saw the woman falling: "It's a miracle. I don't know how a person can survive a fall from an airplane like that."

He said it appeared that neither the main parachute nor the emergency back-up had opened.

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It did , but much too late to do any real good — his landing into a blackberry bush was what saved But there was one shock she had yet to discover— at the time of her jump, she was two weeks Her jump took place at the Parachute Center in Lodi, CA. When it was time to take the plunge , she was

After Brad jumped from the plane, both his primary parachute and emergency his emergency chute did not open . Brad fell 14,000ft and survived ! NEAR DEATH CAPTURED by GoPro and camera pt.18 [FailForceOne] - Продолжительность: 8:38 Fail Force One 7 292 364 просмотра.

Local police told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that the woman was an experienced skydiver but that her life is not in danger. She was admitted to hospital with several fractures, including broken vertebrae.

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Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open
Woman survives one-mile plunge after parachute did not open

Another witness, Oceane Duplessis, told CBC she was getting ready to get on another plane when she saw the woman.

"We watched all the way to the end. We kept hoping something would happen," she said. "We were very worried. Very."

Police are investigating to see if there was any criminal negligence.

The company involved is investigating the cause of the incident and has so far not commented.


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