Talk about keeping cool under pressure.
Oklahoma skydiver Daniel Herndon had a heart-stopping moment thousands of feet in the air when his parachute came out tangled — and it was all caught on his GoPro camera.
“Everything was going to plan until I open my parachute,” he wrote on Facebook.
He quickly cut it loose, then calmly activated his reserve chute and landed as planned at Taft Stadium, where he delivered the game ball for a match between the Oklahoma City Energy and Chivas USA.
“You don’t really have time to really react,” Herndon told KOCO, the local ABC station. “You just do what you have to do.”
Although he lost his equipment, Herndon later launched a GoFundMe page to help pay for replacements.
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