Johnny Strange dead: Renowned adventurer dies in Wing suiting accident at 23

Los Angeles, October 2 (CINEWS): Johnny Strange, 23, has kicked the bucket in a wing suiting mishap in Switzerland.johnny_strange_youtube

He was a long lasting daredevil, turning into the most youthful individual to climb the tallest tops on every one of the 7 mainland’s – known as the “7 Summits” in the experience world – by the age of 17. Wing suiting is a famously hazardous game where clients utilize a “squirrel suit” to bounce off crests then fly through valleys before conveying a parachute to arrive.

After Johnny finished the great hammer of mountaineering, he turned into an expert wing suit pilot. Switzerland is a top area for those competitors to bounce from as the high tops and profound valleys take into consideration long flights, frequently flying near rock dividers and tree lines. Be that as it may, something turned out badly amid a bounce on Oct. 1 and he was slaughtered.

Johnny had brought into the Kevin & Bean morning show on LA’s KROQ-FM on Sept. 28 to examine his most recent undertaking. He told the radio hosts he was shooting an unsafe wing suit vicinity video where “we fly super near stuff.” Following the meeting, he posted a video of another wing suit flight to his online networking. Subsequent to sitting tight for a climate window, the video demonstrates to him flying through a tree line, barely missing tall pines and evading vast bluff dividers.

Numerous prestigious rock climbers have swung to the game of wing suiting for the surge that it brings. Renowned worldwide climber Dean Potter, 42, was slaughtered in a wing suiting mishap in May that likewise took the life of his hopping accomplice Graham Hunt. 29. The pair was endeavoring to fly through a stone “score” in Yosemite National Park when they cut the stone and were slaughtered quickly. Since the begin of 2015, there have been 11 known fatalities in the game of wing suit.

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