Two men and a woman died on Friday (Oct 13) after reportedly colliding while skydiving in a small town in Queensland, Australia.
The incident occurred around 3pm at Alexander Drive at Mission Beach, Queensland police said in a statement.
A solo skydiver is believed to have collided with tandem skydivers in mid-air. Their parachutes failed to deploy correctly.
The two men in their 30s a woman in her 50s were pronounced dead at the scene.
Police added that police and emergency services are at the scene and investigations are ongoing.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation quoted a local resident who said the trio had fallen onto the lawn of a property on Alexander Drive, about 1.5km north of the landing site.
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