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Skydiving Plane Crash Caught On Film

A Plane carrying 17 skydivers crashed on Thursday May 12 into a vineyard in California. Professional skydiver and BASE jumper Sebastian Alvarez captured the incident incident on video, which involves the plane flipping over and crashing. No major injuries were endured by those on board, the pilot was the only one with an injury, suffering a bloody nose. The aircraft  was experiencing engine trouble shortly after the takeoff, so the crew and pilot were anticipating an emergency landing. 

Video courtesy of Sebastian Alvarez. 


“Relax guys!” lol

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