Experienced skydiver killed in hard landing in Florida
A skydiver with 20 years of experience was murdered during a hard arriving in Florida, specialists said.
It seemed 49-year-old Christian Stevens was attempting to stay away from another skydiver during his arrival Monday morning, making him pummel into the ground, as per the Sebastian Police Department.
Crisis groups raced to the scene at a grass arrival zone by the Sebastian Municipal Airport. Stevens was taken to Sebastian River Medical Center, where he was articulated dead, police said.
No different wounds were accounted for, police said.
Stevens, of Canton, Georgia, was a spouse, father and Army Ranger, as indicated by his expert skydiving exhibit and execution gathering, Team Fastrax.
He had around two many years of experience and was a skydiving teacher, as per police.