Officials said that shortly before 2:30 p.m., the sheriff's office received a call of a parachutist who had come down with her parachutes tangled.
And then there's this article saying 22 deaths since 1981:
A woman who died in a weekend parachute accident in Northern California had made thousands of previous jumps, the owner of the skydiving center said Monday.
Sabrina Call, 57, of Watsonville, Calif. died Saturday when her primary parachute and her reserve chute tangled, the Sacramento Bee reported, citing the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office.
13 deaths since 1999..... I think I'd find another place to jump.
That place is located just off Hwy 99, and I do mean just off the freeway. About 20 years or so ago, I was tooling up the freeway headed to Mendocino County and watched a skydiver land right in the fucking median.