Indoor Skydiving Carries Risk of Serious Injuries

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iFly opened its first indoor skydiving location in Illinois in 2014. The vertical wind tunnels are now open in Rosemont, Naperville and Lincoln Park, and many people say it`s a great time. You get the rush of skydiving without having to jump out of a plane.

WGN reports that a customer of iFly suffered a severed nose and nostril from an accident that occurred when his face hit a protective screen at the bottom of an air tube. WGN Reporter Meghan Dwyer discovered that customers aren’t required to wear a helmet with a face mask, while employees are required to wear a protective facemask.

Several other customers have suffered severe shoulder injuries.

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