Erik Roner Death Video – Erik Roner, a notable activity sports competitor who featured in MTV’s Nitro Circus, passed on Monday in a skydiving mishap at Squaw Valley, as per the Placer County Sheriff’s Department.
Roner, 39, from Tahoe City, an expert skier, and BASE jumper, was killed while performing at a golf occasion at the hotel.
As per the sheriff’s specialty, Roner was important for a gathering leading a skydiving execution. He hit a tree while endeavoring to land and was articulated dead at the scene. No other person was harmed.
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Resort likewise gave an assertion affirming Roner’s passing. The golf occasion was facilitated in Olympic Valley by The Squaw Valley Institute, an association to which Roner consistently devoted his time, the assertion said.
Roy Tuscany, Roner’s companion, and fellow benefactor and leader overseer of the High Fives Foundation, an association that helps harmed activity sports competitors, seen the mishap with numerous others.
Tuscany said he met Roner in 2010 when Roner was restoring from a wrecked femur. He said the activity star turned into a dear companion and ally of High Fives.
Roner’s demise returned the feeling of misfortune the local area felt in the wake of Shane McConkey, another activity sports star, in 2009.
In an assertion delivered late Monday, Roner’s better half, Annika Roner, recollected her significant other as a caring dad to their youngsters Oskar, 5, and Kasper, 17 months.
As indicated by his profile on the Nitro Circus site, Roner had been sky-plunging and BASE hopping since 2000. He was one of the pioneers of ski BASE hopping and had been included in a few ski films.
Last year Roner made a video of himself attached to 90 helium inflatables flying through the sky sitting on a lounger, reproducing the scene from the film “Up”. The youtube video had more than 800,000 perspectives.