Ouch: A paratrooper crashed into a pole during a military parade (Huge Audience too) 2:56
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Keep me motivated by donating to https://paypal.me/thisisbutter Viewer discretion is always advised when watching this video and I do not take any responsibility to your trauma, psychological and/or mental harm. The incident involving a military paratrooper occurred on Saturday, October 12, during a parade in Madrid dedicated to National Day of Spain. The soldier, who was entrusted with the jump with the state flag, almost landed on the square, where the celebration took place. Its appearance should have served as a signal to the beginning of the holiday. A moment before the completion of the flight, he crashed into a pole and hung on a lighting mast. The man was unable to get out on his own, and was lifted from a height with the help of colleagues who took advantage of the lift. The paratrooper was not injured and left the place of the “crash” to the applause of those gathered, led by the King of Spain Philip VI and members of the royal family. According to El Pais , Corporal Luis Fernando Pozo, an experienced paratrooper from the elite paratrooper brigade of the Spanish armed forces, has more than 600 jumps.