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David Ogison

David Ogison
Date: June 10, 2010 Nationality: unknown
Location: Otay Lakes, California, USA
COD: Impact Ground
Ground Launching or Skiing: Ground Launching
Wing Type: Aerodyne Pilot 150 - 14m²
Wingloading: unknown
Age: 32
Experience: unknown
Beacon/Locator/Etc (Spot, inReach, Recco, GPS): unknown


David Ogison [32] went up the mountain by himself in not ideal conditions, most of the usual ground launching crew were not around. An observer from the DZ saw him trying to ground-launch a skydiving parachute. He had a few failed attempts. He got lift and was in full fight. The observer stated that he had plenty of lift and altitude and then saw a hard 180 before crashing into a ravine on the mountain, he was dead on impact. His body was finally found by rescue crews northeast of a gliderport on Otay Mesa Road near Otay Mountain Truck Trail.


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