A student who ended up stuck in a tree after falling 3,000ft (914m) when his canopy failed to open on his very first parachute jump has vowed to have another go.
After Liam Byrne, 18, was rescued from a tree near Shotton Colliery, in County Durham, virtually uninjured after his horror fall, firefighters said he was lucky to be alive.
But asked if he will jump again he said: "Probably, we will see - best way to get over it."
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A student had a lucky escape after he lost control of his parachute on his first ever jump and landed in a tree.
Liam Byrne's parachutes became entangled before he landed in Shotton Colliery, County Durham.
The 18-year-old, who narrowly avoided landing on a church, was stuck for about half an hour before being rescued by firefighters.
"It was a bit scary, I just made sure I grabbed on to the tree until someone came and found me," said the Northumbria University student.
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