4 Generations of Women Skydive Together

The skydive was led by 91-year-old Marie Kimmey in Ogden, Utah.
1:08 | 09/02/14

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There's not to be an easier way to make it in the record books for generations of Utah family took to the skies to set a skydiving record. Leading the way 91. Year old great grandmother Marie Cammie actually -- And I can I get an idea on line. There's nothing that I really. A live on you know -- -- happen. It turned out to be an all female affair only the -- family women taking part which made it. All the more special. It's kind of feels cool because we did this as a group. And it's. It's something that we forever forever and we can tell our kids and our grandkids and we did this so you can do. Substance -- at times. Now -- I'm afraid of heights but I conquered it. The family has submitted the video to the Guinness book of world record keepers to see if this qualifies as the -- generations of a family. -- -- -- -- --

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