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-- there's an amazing story emerging as we learn the details of the sky diving jump gone horribly wrong.
We first told you about the mysterious fatal free fall of a sky diving coach and his student last week.
And now there is evidence of the instructors heroic actions to try to save his students life as they both fell to earth.
And 120 miles an hour.
Trace Gallagher has the story face.
Just a reminder both the student and the instructor were visiting Florida from Iceland and -- jump Megan from thirteen thousand feet which means they had about seventy seconds of freefall before they were supposed to deploy their shoots the problem is.
They never deployed their main -- now both of their back up -- were in fact deployed but they.
They did not inflate in time to save them here's the 911 call made from the flight school.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- They were found a short time later the instructor was wearing a helmet camera and the local sheriff says that he has seen it that it's very difficult to watch.
He says he couldn't tell if the student had actually passed out or was disoriented.
But for some reason he could not -- he shoot them here's the share.
It shows them exit airplane.
Initiatives the free fall.
In the video it appears that this student.
Doesn't pull it is primary virtue.
And the instructor attempts to assist.
Until the conclusion of -- He -- it in attempting to stabilize a student and to reach for these students record.
Clearly there instructors being hailed as a hero but they are all talk all these sky dive instructors that below 2000 feet you cannot try to pull the students rip cord.
You have to kind of let him go and pull your own because this guy clearly was not about to give up.
He's a hero -- -- he would not let go all the way to the ground while.
Our -- thank you.
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