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Jonathan Bowlin

Date: May 9, 1993 Nationality: American
Object Type: Earth
Location: Little Colorado River Gorge, United States
COD: Canopy entaglement
Clothes / Suit: Normal Clothes
Parachute: tbd
Age: 45
Experience: Experienced
Time of day: tbd


Description:

Jonathan entangled with another jumper's canopy after a premature opening during a 2-way. It's reported his new ZP pilot chute slid from its pouch. This is the first time Jonathan used the setup and the report indicated the pouch may have been too big for the pilot chute.

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