DeLand sky diver sent wife video foretelling suicidal plunge

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DeLand Police said Vitantonio jumped and did not pull the cord to open his parachute, according to a revised police report released Friday.

Pictured Deland, Florida skydiver, Capotorto Vitantonio.

Vitantonio Capotorto sent a video to his wife saying he was "going somewhere wonderful" before he jumped from a Skydive DeLand airplane 13,500 feet above the city. Zitellini reportedly received the video "moments before" her husband jumped.

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On Tuesday morning, Costansa Litellini, 25, rushed to Skydive DeLand in DeLand, Fla.to warn that Vitantonio planned to commit suicide, begging employee Tara Richards to stop her husband from sky diving.

In the police statement, Richards told police that before the flight, Capotorto "had seemed normal", the Orlando Sentinel reported. A Skydive DeLand employee had radioed the plane after Litellini's intervention, but general manager Mike Johnston tells the Daytona Beach News-Journal the message was received "moments too late".

Tragically, the husband's body was discovered face down in a field near the runway after leaping to his death.

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The News-Journal reported that this is the fifth death since 2013 at Skydive DeLand, which is "one of the busiest jump spots in the nation". He was 27 and lived in DeLand with his wife. Vitantonio was an Italian national and worked for United Parachute Technologies since September 2016, which is also based in DeLand. All level of skydiver from beginners signing up for a first tandem jump to experienced groups of skydivers who want to jump out of multiple planes.

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