A California woman was injured during a recreational accident at a skydiving center in Mission Valley. According to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department, a woman was hurt during a skydiving accident Tuesday night near Qualcomm Way. At approximately 7:35 p.m., a call came into the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department initially claiming a woman suffered traumatic injuries on the 2300 block of Camino Del Rio N. The address is home to a unique indoor skydiving facility, called iFly San Diego.
When SDFD arrived, the female victim refused any medical attention. According to authorities, the extent of her injuries are unknown. Authorities were unable to piece together exactly what happened, and iFly San Diego denied to release a statement regarding the incident.
iFly San Diego was founded in 1998 and is an experiential entertainment company that has created an indoor skydiving experience for people who desire to know what it is like to skydive without really jumping out of a plane. The skydiving experience has recently grown in popularity as more locations open.
Meyerkord, Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, would like to encourage anyone who sustains a personal injury always to receive medical attention, in order to protect your rights. Profitable property ownership comes with specific obligations. Property owners are responsible for keeping one’s land free of hazardous conditions that could injure others. Sometimes, innocent people get hurt when property owners fail to fulfill their necessary responsibilities. Business owners have a duty to ensure their customers are safe from preventable harm. If you’ve been injured and you believe it was the fault of a negligent property owner, please call Meyerkord, Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, immediately.