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Theresa Tran

Theresa Tran

Date: December 20, 1995
Nationality: American
Object Type: Earth
Location: Rubidoux, Riverside, California, United States
COD: Impact
Clothes / Suit: Normal Clothes
Gear / Parachute: tbd
Age: tbd
Experience: tbd
Time of day: tbd


Theresa is doing a static line jump from a low cliff.
At the last moment, instead of leaving the tied off pilot chute on the ground next to her launch point, she decided to place the pilot chute into the BOC pouch of her BASE container.
When the static line became taught, it applied forces to the pilot chute at a right angle and the break cord prematurely parted before extracting the pilot chute and bridle from the pouch.

Theresa is a live wire to all who knew her.
She is a local radio personality under the name of Gina Davis and is responsible for the first ever corporately sponsored BASE jumps she organized for one of Magic Mountain's opening days in California. Theresa and I are room-mates and she is missed by all who knew her.

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