World 91-year-old skydiver survives fall in ocean

91-year-old skydiver survives fall in ocean


- Advertisment -

648x415 illustration saut parachute

Illustration of a parachute jump. – Travers / Sipa

A 91-year-old man survived a skydiving accident on Sunday near Warriewood, north of Sydney (Australia). The nonagenarian was rescued in the evening by locals after falling into the ocean.

Alerted, the rescue services took charge of the parachutist. Miraculously, he only suffered from a few scratches, bruises and bruises, Australian police said on Monday.

The parachute recovered in the water

Several media have broadcast images of the nonagenarian walking on rocks at the water’s edge. Her left leg was covered with a bandage and rescuers were helping her walk.

The miraculous parachutist was hospitalized in a Sydney hospital for further examinations. Police said his parachute was recovered from the ocean after the rescue.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest news

Telefónica shoots up its profits and cuts the dividend to shareholders

Telefónica increases its profit by 38.5% in 2020, to 1,582 million euros, despite a reduction in its income of...

The EU aims to have a vaccination certificate before summer, but there is no agreement on how it would be used

The 27 urge to speed up the technical work, which will last at least three months, with increasing pressure...

Cellnex, 25,000 million purchases in 14 months: “We are the largest investors in Europe in telecommunications infrastructures”

The company closed 2020 with revenues of 1,608 million (+ 55%), although acquisitions have left losses of 133 million....
- Advertisement -

Altadia is born, a new business giant after the merger of Esmalglass-Itaca-Fritta and the ceramic division of Ferro

The new group will be formed by Esmalglass, Itaca and Fritta together with Ferro TCB, Quimicer, Endeka Ceramics, Vetriceramici,...

Catalonia will allow the opening of shopping centers with limitations after being closed for almost two months due to the coronavirus

These spaces and stores of more than 400 square meters will be able to operate with 30% of the...

Must read

- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you