DUNSTABLE, Mass. (AP) — A New Hampshire skydiver who was blown off track in Massachusetts has been rescued after spending hours caught about 70 ft (21 meters) up in a tree.
Dunstable police stated late Sunday that Aatif Rathad, of Merrimack, New Hampshire, had been faraway from the tree greater than two hours after rescue groups have been first dispatched.
Don Mayer, the airport supervisor at Pepperell Skydiving Middle, tells WBZ-TV that Rathad is an skilled diver who missed the touchdown space.
Mayer says Rathad was embarrassed, however not significantly harm. He says there have been 5 different individuals who jumped from the identical aircraft.
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