Carl was jumping a Phantom 3, had around 70 base jumps including about 10 with a wingsuit. His wingsuit jumps were done in LB, plus one on a more technical french cliff, with good performance.
The fatal jump was from a 300m vertical cliff, with a long talus leading to LZ, total height around 850m. It was Carl's first jump from this cliff, conditions were good.
His exit was stable, beginning of his flight was normal, then his performance rapidly dropped, with very little forward speed and high fall-rate. At this point he still had plenty of altitude to pull. He passed over some low power-lines that are crossing the talus at some point, and pulled around 100m afterwards, very low over trees. We only saw his PC out. The canopy was found outside of the container.
This report does highlight what is slowly beginning to appear as the norm..
Low base jump numbers and flying wingsuit base after few jumps with no experience...
Can you help us with incident interpretation? We are interested in any details regarding personal experience, gear, weather conditions and any other circumstances related to the incident.