Man dies cliff diving in Spain as wife took video from a boat they rented for the stunt: report
Cliffs in the Balcon del Mediterraneo, Mediterranean balcony in Benidorm on September 7, 2021 in Alicante, Valencian Community, Spain. (Photo by Cristina Arias/Cover/Getty Images)
A Dutch man died after jumping off a cliff in Spain while on vacation with his family, the New York Post reported.
The moment was captured on video by his wife filming on a nearby boat.
Rescuers were able to find the man's body. He was later pronounced dead.
A Dutch man fell off a cliff to his death during a filmed stunt while vacationing with his family in Spain.
Video made available to the New York Post shows the 31-year-old man jumping off the Malgrats Islands cliff on Thursday afternoon. In the video, it looks like the man hit a sharp rock before landing in the water.
"Oh my God!" According to The Post, his wife can be heard saying.
His wife, who has not been identified, was filming with their son from a nearby boat.
According to the Post, citing local outlets, the family appeared to have rented the boat to record the stunt.
Local authorities and rescue teams have found the man's body, which was taken to a yacht club in Santa Ponsa, according to The Olive Press. The man's wife was also able to seek advice after the incident, the reports say.
An autopsy revealed the man suffered from a broken hip and arm and drowned after losing consciousness, the newspaper reported.
The man was reportedly the second tourist to die that day. Another tourist fell from a hotel balcony in Magaluf, Mallorca, early in the morning. Police officers identified this tourist as a 34-year-old from Britain, The Independent reported.
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