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Skydiver Told Wife He Wasn't Going to Pull Cord

17 July 2017, 12:11 | Taylor George

'I'm going somewhere wonderful': Florida skydiver commits suicide after texting wife he wouldn't pull ripcord

Skydiver Sent Message to Wife That He Was Not Going to Pull Parachute Cord – and She Was 'Moments' too Late to Save Him

But it was all too late as the suicidal parachuter had just jumped moments before.

According to the report, Vitantonio told his wife, Costansa Zitellini, 25, in the video that he was going 'somewhere wonderful'.

Tara Richards, an employee at Skydive DeLand, told police that Capotorto arrived for the first load of the day and seemed normal, according to a written statement.

Litellini had just received a video from him, saying he was "not going to pull the cord and that he was going somewhere wonderful", police said.

Zittellini raced into the hanger in an attempt to stop her husband but the plane had already taken off.

As reported by the Orlando Sentinel, Zitelleni realized her husband was planning on committing suicide and rushed to Skydive DeLand, running into the hangar trying desperately to stop her husband from jumping. According to the Metro, Vitantonio had already jumped by the time ground staff managed to radio the pilot.

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A subsequent police report noted Capotorto, an experienced sky diver with 600 jumps, didn't open his parachute.

An Italian who lived and worked in DeLand, Vitantonio's body was found face down near the town's municipal airport.

A chaplain was called to the scene to let Litellini know that Vitantonio had died.

It was the fifth reported fatality since May 2013 at Skydive DeLand, which is considered one of the busiest jump spots in the nation.

A spokesman for Skydive DeLand told the Washington Post that they offer their deepest sympathy to Vitantonio's family and friends.

'When a person steps out the door, they are responsible for themselves'.



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