L’influenceuse et reine de beauté #tanyapardazi décède à 21 ans après un saut en parachute.
The pupil “launched a rapidly rotating main parachute at a low altitude without the time or height required for the reserve parachute to expand,” according to the report.
According to rumors, a TikTok influencer died while skydiving in Toronto because her reserve parachute did not have enough time to inflate.
Tanya Pardazi, 21, died on August 27 while doing her first solo dive after finishing a training with Skydive Toronto. She had more than 100,000 followers on TikTok.
She had also participated in a prior Miss Canada competition, when it is stated that she had advanced to the semifinal round.
Before making their first leaps from 4,000 feet, the skydive facility needs students to pass a course in “all of the fundamentals required to properly complete your first skydive,” according to the website.
TikTok celebrity dies while skydiving.
In a Facebook statement, the facility acknowledged the death of a 21-year old student, but Pardazi’s name was omitted.
A philosophy student allegedly “launched a rapidly rotating main parachute at a low height without the time or altitude required for the reserve parachute to expand,” according to the statement.
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The statement said, “The jumper was a welcomed recent addition to the skydiving community and will be missed among the student’s new friends and fellow jumpers of Skydive Toronto Inc.
The staff of Skydive Toronto Inc., who have been enhancing their student training program for more than 50 years, have been tremendously impacted by this event.
The University of Toronto cheerleading squad described Ms. Pardazi as “one in a million” and said she would “forever be part of our team and in our hearts” in a statement on Instagram.