Head-cam footage shows danger of stuntman's jump

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Footage shot by a jumper who followed Gary Connery out of the helicopter shows just how dangerous his record breaking jump was.

The new angle on his dangerous approach shows just how little margin for error he had.

Connery earlier became the first person to jump out of a helicopter wearing a wingsuit and land without deploying a parachute.

The Henley-based jumper dived from 2,400ft into a landing strip made up of 18,000 cardboard boxes.

The whole flight lasted around 35 seconds and after Mr Connery landed the medical team rushed into the boxes to find him.