An experienced skydiver was very seriously injured in a skydiving accident in Wantage, NJ Thursday afternoon.
Judge Charles Solomon has refused to toss the top charge of felony burglary related to the September 2013 stunt.
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Gary Messina was killed and his instructor critically injured during a tandem jump at Calverton’s Skydive Long Island on Wednesday.
Around 4 p.m., two jumpers believed to be involved in a tandem jump at Skydive Long Island in Calverton somehow ended in a free fall, police said.
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She is shaken up, but very grateful to have little more than a few scratches. The young woman who was stuck dangling from a tree after skydiving in Calverton on Long Island spoke about the ordeal on Thursday.
Strong winds and skydiving do not mix, WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall reported.
Plattekill police are now releasing information saying the instructor, 26-year-old Aleksandr Chulsky, had a medical condition or some kind of trauma to his neck, maybe from a significant jolt from opening the chute.
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