How new California law aims to hold parachute centers accountable
As excerpted from KCRA News.
A tragic skydiving accident in Lodi that took the lives of two jumpers in 2016 influenced a new law that aims to make owners and operators of skydiving facilities more accountable when things go wrong.
The bill -- known as Tyler’s Law -- was introduced by Stockton Assemblywoman Susan Eggman and was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown over the weekend.