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Skydiver Falls 6000ft Without Parachute And Survives

by: AnthonyP On  Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Tags:  Airplane   Crazy   James Boole   Skydiving   Staffs   Tamworth  

James BooleTotal Pro Sports -  31 year old, mechanical engineer from Tamworth, Staffs, James Boole is lucky to be alive.  Filming a stunt that went horribly wrong, James thought he was going to die after he crashed onto the snow-covered mountain in Russia after jumping 6000 feet from an airplane.

The accident occurred while James Boole was recording another skydiver for a television show.  Boole was airlifted from the scene after luckily only suffering a broken back, a cracked rib, some chipped teeth and a bruised lung.

James Boole now describes himself as “the luckiest man in the world”.

“I was screaming in pain, coughing up blood,” he told the Sun.

“I was very worried I had got internal injuries and I might be dying.

“I thought about telling someone my last words.” [Telegraph]

Some days luck is on people’s side and on this day it was definitely James Boole lucky day!!!