In Canada, a 30-year-old woman survived after falling from a height of about 1.5 thousand meters. It is reported by CNN.
The woman made a parachute jump in the heart of the canadian city of Trois-rivières, Quebec. Neither the main nor the reserve parachute did not deploy, and she fell in a wooded area.
The victim was taken to the hospital with multiple fractures, including a fracture of one vertebrae. Injuries do not pose a threat to her life.
“It’s a miracle, says one of the witnesses. I don’t know how people could survive a fall from a plane.” “We were all hoping for something, — says another parachutist who watched the failed jump from beginning to end. I was very worried for her. Very.”
Police have launched an investigation. It turned out that the woman had the experience of skydiving. Investigators are checking whether the cause of the accident is criminal negligence.
In 1972, Serbian flight attendant Vesna Vulovic fell from a height of 10160 metres. She suffered multiple fractures and injuries, a few days was in a coma, but survived. Within 10 months she had a paralyzed lower body. Treatment took 16 months. The Vulovic lived another 44 years and died in December 2016.
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