Tanya Pardazi, Canadian TikTok star and model, dies in solo training skydiving accident near Toronto

A younger Canadian influencer has been remembered for dwelling life to the fullest after her loss of life whereas studying to skydive.

Tanya Pardazi, 21, died on August 27 whereas she was doing a solo training dive north of her dwelling metropolis of Toronto.

“The skydiver released a quickly rotating main parachute at a low altitude without the time/altitude required for the reserve parachute to inflate,” Skydive Toronto stated in a press release.

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Pardazi, a scholar on the College of Toronto (UT), had gained a following of greater than 95,000 on TikTok, the place she mentioned philosphy, social points and magnificence.

She was additionally a mannequin, cheerleader and former Miss Canada contestant.

Tanya Pardazi, 21, died final month in a skydiving accident north of Toronto. Credit score: Instagram

“What Tanya did during 21 years, I think many people fail to fulfill even in 80 or 90 years,” stated the eulogist at her funeral, in keeping with Canada’s Nationwide Publish publication.

The UT cheer squad shared its condolences on Instagram. “Forever part of our team and in our hearts, Tanya Pardazi was one in a million,” learn a publish.

Pardazi was a well-liked determine on social Media websites together with TikTok. Credit score: Instagram

Buddy Melody Oz, a mannequin and actress, posted: “My beautiful Tanya. For now, I have no words. All I can say is that I will miss you forever.”

Skydive Toronto additionally paid tribute, saying it was working with police amid an investigation into Pardazi’s loss of life.

“The jumper was a welcomed recent addition to the skydiving community and will be missed amongs the student’s new friends and fellow jumpers of Skydive Toronto Inc.,” the assertion stated.

“The team at Skydive Toronto Inc. has been profounding affected by this accident as they have refined their student training program for over 50 years.”

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