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    Skydiver Survives 200-Foot Fall following Mid-Air Collision, Says Jesus Saved His Life

    Updated: September 3, 2019 at 3:59 pm EST  See Comments

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    Skydiver Survives 200-Foot Fall following Mid-Air Collision, Says Jesus Saved His Life

    A skydiver says he fully trusted God when he and another skydiver collided with each other mid-air in a 2017 accident.

    Korey Fisher told CBN News in a recent interview that he first began following God in 2011. In an effort to gain self-confidence and build a closer relationship with God, Fisher turned to skydiving.

    “I thought to myself ‘This is closer to what I imagine God wants us to live like’, this – experiencing this, uh being alive. It’s about being alive,” Fisher said.

    Then in November 2017, Fisher, by then a certified skydiving instructor, collided midair with another diver.

    “I only saw the individual for about half a second before the collision, in that half a second I literally remember thinking, ‘I’m dead.’ I just remember accepting it. There was nothing I could do.”

    Both skydivers fell more than 200 feet before hitting the ground. By the grace of God, both survived.

    “I tried to move and couldn’t, and then passed back out,” Fisher recalled. “The next thing I know they’re putting me in a helicopter, but it was evident I was dying.”

    Fisher was taken to a nearby hospital with a broken neck, 12 broken ribs and massive internal injuries.

    “They told us that there had been an accident that he had been catastrophically injured and that we needed to come to the hospital right away,” Fisher’s mom Ria told

    The remainder of this article is available in its entirety at Christian Headline

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