Indian Navy Captain dies in paragliding accident at Karnataka’s Karwar

An Indian Navy Captain Madhusudan Reddy died on Friday morning due to a paragliding accident.

According to the report, the power glider plunged into the Arabian Sea in Karnataka’s Karwar and killed this Navy man.

Reddy (55) and his family members had come to Karwar on Friday morning from Bengaluru and were at the beach in the evening.

According to the local, the incident may be happened due to an engine failure. Though Madhusudan was a good swimmer and he was well known for how to escape unhurt in the incident. He was rescued by the life guards and the fishermen.

Incidentally, it was the first day of the resumption of parasailing activities at the beach after the lockdown imposed due to check the spread of the novel coronavirus.

In paramotoring, a chute is attached to a seat powered by a motor. A motor is attached at the back of the seat which thrusts the seat upwards. The rider who is harnessed to the seat is lifted into the air.

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