Two die skydiving in Florida, said to be from Iceland
(Reuters) - Two skydivers from Iceland, one an instructor and the other a student, were killed in a skydiving jump on Saturday, Florida media reported.
The two men were part of a group of 22 skydivers who jumped from a plane in Zephyrhills, about 30 miles northeast of Tampa, according to the Tampa Tribune newspaper.
When only 20 of those who jumped returned, authorities launched a search and found the bodies of the two men a few hours later, Florida media said.
The two men were from Iceland, according to Skydive City, which planned the jump, the Tribune reported.
Their identities were not released.
A spokesman for the Pasco County, Florida Sheriff's Office could not be reached for comment.
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