Paraglider's Death-Defying Leap and the Split Second Decision That Saved His Life

While paragliding over South Florida beaches, Damien Leroy started to spin out of control.
1:01 | 08/03/16

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Transcript for Paraglider's Death-Defying Leap and the Split Second Decision That Saved His Life
Funny here the pair a glider cutting himself free to save his life here's Lindsey Davis. Damien only rowing is no stranger to extreme sports. This new video shows just how fine a line is between the real seeking and death defying. While Perry gliding over South Florida beaches last month disaster struck. He starts to spin out of control his lines get tangled up any can't undo them he's only option is to jump. More than a 150 feet. You jump. Johnson and anger LeRoy suffered a broken back steamer pelvis three broken ribs and a punctured lung says it ten years that he's alive today. They reactions. Paramedics and then doctors and nurses and prayers and love from all around the world let's just like another level he says love. He is what saved him. Just incredible I hope to see you right back here tomorrow at.

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