Man Survives Skydive Fall as Parachute Fails

Craig Stapleton plans to skydive again after falling to earth at 30 mph.
0:44 | 03/14/13

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How not to end a skydiving trip the person plummeting. On that parachute in California's -- Stapleton he's jumped more than 7000 times but Sunday. Once nearly his last he started -- thousands of feet in the air and his reserve -- The back up one did not work three minutes later he slammed into the ground at thirty miles per hour barely missing some iron stakes. I heard -- -- -- which in my mind was. That's a really good side I'm really hurting. So that's a good thing. What a Pollyanna how -- -- -- Today I know I can feel pain I must be alive other than a dislocated shoulder at some bumps and bruises Stapleton is fine he is planning to make another job later this month.

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