Lucky for the sky divers, even after the accident all of the 9 sky divers landed safely on earth. Helmet mounted camera recorded a footage of the plane hitting another plane where 9 sky divers were ready to jump. The tragic accident didn’t cost any life but this also questions the safety standards of the flight trajectory which these planes adapt.
The terrific collision of two planes made one craft burn into flames. The skydivers were interviewed in which they told media that the disaster wouldn’t discourage them to go up in the sky again. The tragic incident was recorded above Wisconsin on Saturday evening and got recorded in the five cameras which were worn over the head by skydivers.
In the photo, two planes can be seen colliding with each other while the sky divers jump out of the collision. It happened in the evening, the two planes were in a position for a manoeuvre called a tracking dive. The plane was pretty close but it each moment it started getting more closer and eventually it hit the other plane and the divers were pushed backwards.
The footage was collected by NBC news, it shows divers landing on the earth safely and getting into a truck. The truck was used to gather other divers who had landed into a different area. The pilot of the first plane also jumped off and opened his parachute to land safely on the earth.
Blake Wedan was flying the second plane, the damage had occurred to its wings and propeller. Blake landed the plane on the runway with quite an expertise. The sky divers couldn’t hear any sound the engine as Blake was landing the plane. All of them cheers in joy as they saw Blake alive. The incident was tragic but it made them believe in the hope.
You can watch the video of the collision below:
There is another video with a different camera angle, you can watch this video too!