Newlywed Woman Dies BASE Jumping in Utah

Amber Bellows, 28, fell about 2,000 feet in Zion National Park after her parachute failed to open.
3:00 | 02/10/14

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A newlywed couple's love for extreme sports ended tragically in you talk. Amber bellows and Clayton Butler had only been married two weeks when they went base jumping at Zion National Park -- you talk. The bellows fell 2000 feet to her death in a lead off mount kind Sabah where parachute failed to deploy. Her husband watched it all happen he jumped after her and had to -- two and a half hours to get help. The newlyweds are both experienced base jumpers base jumping is.

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