A skydiver shocked bystanders after they watched him lose control of his parachute.
Shocked bystanders watched a skydiver crashing after he lost control of his parachute.
Somehow, he remained calm and was saved by his reserve chute.
The only injury was a cut to his hand from using a knife to free himself.
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