Monroe Township, NJ – Skydiving Accident at Brookdale BoulevardNew Jersey Legal News
Monroe Township, NJ (April 9, 2019) – Police reported that 54-year-old Paul Haaf Jr. was found around 5:25 p.m. Sunday after a skydiving accident on Brookdale Boulevard.
Police say that the skydiver fell to his death in New Jersey after his parachute did not deploy. He was tragically pronounced deceased at the scene of the crash.
Police confirmed that Haaf was widely experienced in skydiving and had around 1,200 jumps under his wing before the incident. He jumped out of a plane operated by SkyDive Cross Keys when the accident took place.
Haaf allegedly died due to multiple injuries. His death was ruled an accident.
At this time, the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office is leading the investigation into the accident.
We would like to extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Paul Haaf Jr. during this difficult time.
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