CANADIAN WOMAN SURVIVES 5,000-FOOT FALL FROM PLANE AFTER PARACHUTE FAILS TO OPEN

A Canadian woman survived a 5,000-foot fall from a skydiving plane after her parachute failed to open in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, on Saturday. The 30-year-old woman hit trees as she landed in a wooded area and is now recovering in a hospital with several fractures, including a broken vertebrae, ...

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