• Russian paraglider crashed in India

  • Russian traveler was killed in India during a flight on a paraglider. The incident occurred on Tuesday, November 1, in the state of Himachal Pradesh in the North of the country. This publication reports The Indian Express.

    Nikolay Yudin performed the flight along with five comrades. His glider got caught on power lines. In the 42-year-old man lost control and fell into a deep gorge. By the time friends and the police were able to track him down, Yudin was already dead.

    Embassy of Russia in India and the foreign Ministry had been notified about the incident. Local law enforcement officers were investigating the incident.

    In early October, Russian killed the result of a failed parachute jump East of Thailand. The man was a professional skydiver.

    Earlier in the same month, the citizen of Russia crashed in the French Alps, jumping from a height of about four thousand meters with so-called a wingsuit — wingsuit.


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