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Continued: Sky diver recounts miracle at 12,000 feet after midair collision near Duluth

  • Article by: PAUL LEVY , Star Tribune
  • Last update: November 4, 2013 - 9:11 AM

Some of the sky divers weren’t immediately comfortable talking about Saturday’s experience, Rodorigo said. But there was talk Sunday of flying occupants of both planes to New York to share their story on national television.

Saturday’s incident left several of the jumpers in “rough emotional states,” but Robinson said he would be surprised if any stopped sky diving.

“Right now, we don’t have any planes [at Skydive Superior],” he said. “One’s damaged, the other destroyed.

“But I’ll have no hesitation to get back up there.”

 

Paul Levy • 612-673-4419

 

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  • An FAA investigator examined the wreckage of a Cessna Sunday in Superior, Wis., a day after its pilot survived a midair collision with another plane. Both planes were carrying sky divers.

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