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Briton dies in Grand Canyon skydiving accident

BBC News Tuesday, 10 September 2019
The 55-year-old went into a free fall during a tandem dive with a professional on Sunday.
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A man visiting from out of the country was killed in a skydiving accident at the Grand Canyon this week.

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