Former U.S. Army Ranger Killed In Professional Skydiving Accident in Sebastian: Police

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Christian Stevens, 49, dies while skydiving

Police said Christian Stevens, 49, of Canton, was attempting to avoid another skydiver when he landed hard Monday at Skydive Sebastian, according to reports.

SEBASTIAN, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS) – A former U.S. Army Ranger from Georgia has been killed in a skydiving accident in Florida.

Police said Christian Stevens, 49, of Canton, was attempting to avoid another skydiver when he landed hard Monday at Skydive Sebastian, according to reports.

Stevens was a member of the professional jumping group Team Fastrax, which announced his death.

“After a successful Team Fastrax Winter Training Camp, the team decided to perform a 9-Way Diamond timed to the launch of a SpaceX rocket. Our teammate Christian Stevens named the jump the Falcon 9,” the group said on Facebook.

“Unfortunately, our teammate lost his life this morning on a bad landing after this jump.”

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