Skydiver sends horrifying video message to his wife before final jump

A skydiver in Florida sent a video to his wife saying he wasn’t going to pull the cord on his parachute minutes before jumping to his death from a plane. The skydiver Capotorto Vitantonio, is seen in the above undated

Litellini rushed to the Skydive Deland skydiving center and begged an employee to contact the plane and not let her husband jump. According to the Metro, Vitantonio had already jumped by the time ground staff managed to radio the pilot.

Vitantonio, an Italian national, was found with his face down in a field southeast of the runways at DeLand Municipal Airport, according to The Daytona Beach News-Journal.

The wife of a veteran skydiver raced to the field where her husband was planning to jump after he sent her a video saying that he was not going to pull the ripcord on his parachute - but she was arrived just moments too late.

Moments before, she received a video form her husband and in it he told her he was not going to pull the cord to open his parachute and that "he was going somewhere wonderful", according to a police report.

Vitantonio and his wife lived in DeLand.

Both Vitantonio and Zitellini were employees of United Parachute Technologies, which is also based in DeLand. All level of skydiver from beginners signing up for a first tandem jump to experienced groups of skydivers who want to jump out of multiple planes. His Facebook page is full of photos of him in the air with a GoPro camera strapped to his head.

He was 27 years old.

Mike Johnson, Sky Dive DeLand's general manager - one of the United States' busiest skydiving points - told the News-Journal: 'We give our [customers] a safe ride to altitude and we transport them using aircraft that has been considered the best maintained in the industry. This is reportedly the fifth fatality at Skydive DeLand in the past four years.

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