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Perris Skydiving Accident: Pat McGowan Honored In ‘Ash Dive’

PERRIS, Calif. — Southern California skydivers linked arms and legs to form the name of one of two skydiving instructors killed during a plunge and released the man’s ashes into the air Saturday, the day after another accident at the s…

PERRIS, Calif. — Southern California skydivers linked arms and legs to form the name of one of two skydiving instructors killed during a plunge and released the man’s ashes into the air Saturday, the day after another accident at the same airport killed a man and critically injured another.

The divers spelled out the name “Pat” during the so-called “ash dive” to honor Pat McGowan, of Menifee, who was killed with Christopher David Stasky, of San Diego, on March 31. The men, both 42, collided over Perris Valley Airport and their parachutes deflated about 300 feet in the air.

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