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British Hang Gliding & Paragliding Association

British Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association

Incident Reports - Informal Investigations

Incident reports are available in summary form for the following wing types:

Incident reports for paraglider wings are displayed below in summary form.

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Date Pilot Location Wing Type Summary Injury
21.07.1919 Male

Age:
48

Rating:
Pilot
Thurstaston Wirral Country Park
United Kingdom

Wind Strength:
10-15 Km/h
Not Turbulent
Paraglider

Wing:
Advance
Iota 2

Launch Type:
Jogger running across the site not looking where she was going, ran over paraglider lines & almost tripped whist the equipment was being laid out for preflight inspection. No injuries.

Unhurt
Go to: Incident Reports (formal investigations)
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Last updated: 25 July 2021

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