Tue, 04 Sep 2012 7:00p.m.
Two years ago today a skydiving drop zone in Fox Glacier became the scene of one of New Zealand's worst ever air disasters.
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6/09/2012 7:15:36 p.m.
There needs to be tougher laws on all outdoor pursuits in NZ for Tourists and school groups etc; The whole industry needs to be relooked at around safety issues.
5/09/2012 10:09:20 p.m.
rina thompson wrote:
Very eloquently spoken Jake. A sad day in NZ's history,our town Fox Glacier, and of course the families concerned...May you live out what you are purposed to to do, honouring the memory of your Dad (Sarge as we knew him) and may Fox Glaciers skies forever continue to host many many more happy ,squealing, thrillseeking visitors on a skydiving adventure...
5/09/2012 5:13:31 a.m.
Blue Sky's Rob, great guy and even better skydiver
4/09/2012 9:14:07 p.m.
Jase Bates wrote:
Well done Jake keep the skydive dream alive for the benefit of the sport and sport jumping, tandems and the memory of your dad :)
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