Tanya Pardazi Death News: An TikTok celebrity and beauty queen, who hails from Toronto, Canada was killed after skydiving on her first solo jump this past weekend.
Tanya Pardazi, 21, died on the 27th of August, while she was completing the dive in Skydive Toronto in Innisfil, Ontario. Skydiving schools require their students to complete a full day of ground instruction before taking a solo plunge, CTV News Toronto reported.
Pardazi is a philosophy student in University of Toronto. University of Toronto, had opened her parachute to late during her plunge.
Skydive Toronto said in a statement that was posted on Facebook the statement that Pardazi “released a quickly rotating main parachute at a low altitude without the time/altitude required for the reserve parachute to inflate.”
Following the incident after the accident, the woman was taken into a nearby hospital which was declared dead.
Skydive Toronto also stated in its announcement the Pardazi “was a welcomed recent addition to the skydiving community” and would “be lost among the student’s new acquaintances and other skydivers from Skydive Toronto Inc.
“The team at Skydive Toronto Inc has been profoundly affected by this accident as they have refined their student training program for over 50 years,” the statement read.
Pardazi was an influential TikTok influencer who had over 95,000 followers. Her videos spoke about various topics including self-esteem and relationships makeup, and animals. Pardazi talked about skydiving in her latest video, which was uploaded on August. 22.
“I went skydiving a couple of days ago,” she told me, referring to being in a classroom.
She also made it to the semis at Miss Canada. Miss Canada beauty pageant.
“Tanya had an interest in anything that was new and adventurous,” Pardazi’s best friend Melody Ozgoli said to CTV. “Life was too boring for her and she was always trying to do something adventurous.”
Skydiving companies said they cooperates with the South Simcoe Police Services’ investigation into her death.
“She really lived every second to the fullest,” Ozgoli told the media. “This is the biggest shock to us. It’s very hard to process. It’s been a couple of days, but we still don’t even believe it.”