After a skydiving mishap in Innisfil, Ontario, a Canadian beauty queen and TikTok social media influencer from that country passed away.
On the evening of Saturday, August 27, the woman, who CTV News in Toronto identified as Tanya Pardazi, 21, passed away from her injuries.
A statement about the passing of a “solo student skydiver” earlier this week was published on the Facebook page of Skydive Toronto, the skydiving company that organised the jump.
The statement stated that the skydiver “released a rapidly rotating main parachute at a low altitude without the time/altitude required for the reverse parachute to inflate.”
According to Skydive Toronto, the South Simcoe Police Department’s investigation was being assisted by the company.
The skydiver was a recently welcomed addition to the skydiving community and will be missed by the student’s new friends and other skydivers at Skydive Toronto Inc., the business said in a statement. The staff at Skydive Toronto Inc., who have been honing their student training programme for more than 50 years, have been profoundly impacted by this accident.
The 21-year-old was taken to a nearby hospital where doctors there declared her dead, according to the police.
According to CTV, Pardazi was a student at the University of Toronto where she was majoring in philosophy. Friends told the publication that she had previously placed in the Miss Canada semifinals.
On TikTok, where Pardazi also had about 95,000 followers, she frequently shared posts about philosophy and thought experiments.
One follower commented, “I literally cannot believe she’s gone. “Even though I’ve never met her, I find a lot of inspiration in her.”