Rookie Sky Diver: 'Survival Instinct Kicked In'

On his first experience sky diving, Daniel Pharr was 13,000 feet in the air when something went terribly wrong. The 25-year-old Army private was harnessed to veteran sky diving instructor Chip Steele, 49, who had 8,000 jumps under his belt. Moments after jumping from the plane, Steele deployed the parachute but then he went silent. "I knew something was wrong. My survival instinct just kicked in," Pharr said today on "Good Morning America." Pharr said he tried to make conversation with...Full Story
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