Soft landing saved Scottish skydiver wife after husband allegedly 'tampered' with parachute

Soft landing saved Scottish skydiver wife after husband allegedly 'tampered' with parachute
 

A Scot who survived after her husband allegedly tampered with her parachutes before a 4000ft skydive was probably saved because she landed in a ploughed field, a court heard yesterday.
Victoria Cilliers suffered multiple injuries when she crashed to the ground after jumping from a plane.
Her Army sergeant husband Emile Cilliers is accused of two counts of attempting to murder her.
It is alleged he tampering with her main and reserve parachutes and damaged a gas valve at their home days earlier.
Mark Bayada, chief instructor of the Army Parachute Association at Netheravon, told Winchester... read more

 
6 October 2017 in Regional, Views: 66
Source: Daily Record
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