Sky diver warned he wasn't going to pull cord before jumping

Sky diver warned he wasn't going to pull cord before jumping

Sky diver warned he wasn't going to pull cord before jumping

DeLand Police said Vitantonio jumped and did not pull the cord to open his parachute, according to a revised police report released Friday.

Vitantonio's wife, Costanza Zitellini, allegedly received the video message and then immediately went to the Skydive DeLand hanger to bar her husband from getting on the plane.

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Capotorto Vitantonio a Florida suicidal skydiver sent a video to his wife telling her he wasn't going to pull the cord on his parachute just seconds before leaping to his death. He was 27 and lived in DeLand with his wife.

The Sky Dive DeLand employee told investigators that Vitantonio seemed "normal" before going up. But Capotorto had already left the aircraft, Richards said.

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At the time of the husband's death, Capotorto and Costansa worked for United Parachute Technologies, a local company that makes containers for parachutes.

Capotorto's wife declined comment when reached at home Friday morning. A google search turned up some information, including a 2011 story about Robert Raecke a 60-year-old sky diver who unbuckled his parachute in the sky north of Albany, New York and plunged 8,000 feet to his death.

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A subsequent police report noted Capotorto, an experienced sky diver with 600 jumps, didn't open his parachute. He was found facedown in a field near Skydive DeLand, one of the busiest skydiving hubs in the country. A Skydive DeLand employee had radioed the plane after Litellini's intervention, but general manager Mike Johnston tells the Daytona Beach News-Journal the message was received "moments too late".

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