According to Canadian media, a teenage TikToker died in a tragic skydiving accident when her primary parachute did not release.
Tanya Pardazi, 21, was a philosophy student at Toronto University who had successfully completed a course with Skydive Toronto in Innisfil, Ontario. She was qualified to travel without a trainer thanks to the course. A buddy said that this was her first experience skydiving by herself.
Pardazi had leaped 4,000 feet in the air. The young influencer opened the primary parachute at the incorrect time and height, according to Skydive Toronto, “without the time or altitude necessary for the reserve parachute to inflate.”
The organisation stated that the network of new friends the student met at the institution will miss their pupil.
According to Skydive Ontario, the jumper received training on how to switch to the backup parachute in the event that the primary one failed. The primary parachute’s problem has not been determined.
As soon as Pardazi, a semifinalist for Miss Teen Canada 2017, was admitted to the hospital, she was pronounced dead.
The TikToker was described as a highly adventurous woman for whom “life was too dull” by a pal to CTV News Toronto.
Pardazi was a legitimate online influencer with 100,000 subscribers to the short video platform. She published articles on aliens, art history, and many other topics.
The buddy stated that everyone found Pardazi’s passing to be a great shock and difficult to absorb.
Her supporters were also upset. A supporter said, “I hope the afterlife is everything you dreamed and more until we meet again.”
Another person remarked, “I’ve never met her, yet she’s a great influence to me.