A BRITISH skydiver died in a fear thrust during a Grand Canyon inhabitant park in a US on Sunday, military announced final night.
Christopher Swales, 55, went into giveaway tumble during a tandem skydive nearby a healthy landmark in Arizona.
His skydiving partner, who worked during a skydiving centre, survived a tumble though suffered a damaged leg and was taken to sanatorium for treatment.
Coconino County Sheriff’s Office named Mr Swales as a plant on Tuesday.
The skydivers had “encountered problems while coming a alighting area” during a Grand Canyon National Park Airport, cops said.
“These problems caused a span to giveaway tumble for an different stretch and strike a belligerent in what was described as a ‘hard landing'”, a matter added.
Swales had purchased a package that enclosed a tandem burst from Paragon Skydive, investigators said.
Emergency services rushed to a stage shortly before 10am internal time.
Mr Swales was taken to sanatorium though notwithstanding medics’ efforts he was after conspicuous dead.
An review into a collision is ongoing, according to a force, nonetheless there are now no signs that a rapist act took place.
A Foreign and Commonwealth Office orator reliable that a dialect is ancillary a Mr Swales’ family.
He added: “Our thoughts are with them during this formidable time.”
Calls to Paragon Skydive went to a voicemail summary observant a association wasn’t accessible on Tuesday and the summary box was full.
The National Transportation Safety Board is also investigating.