1. TAIC report into US tourist Tyler Nii's tandem skydive death over Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown released  New Zealand Herald
  2. Report into 2018 Lake Wakatipu skydiving death includes multiple recommendations  Newshub
  3. Parachute life jackets deemed 'unsuitable' after tourist's Queenstown death  Stuff.co.nz
  4. Raft of recommendations after skydiving death  Otago Daily Times
  5. Practice needed for accidental water landings after skydiver death, TAIC says  RNZ
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Californian tourist Tyler Nii crash-landed into lake - his body was never found.Californian tourist Tyler Nii crash-landed into lake - his body was never found.

TAIC report into US tourist Tyler Nii's tandem skydive death over Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown released - NZ Herald

The body of 27-year-old Tyler Nii has never been found. The body of 27-year-old Tyler Nii has never been found.

Report into 2018 Lake Wakatipu skydiving death includes multiple recommendations | Newshub

Tyler Nii was on day two of a New Zealand holiday when his tandem parachute crashed into Lake Wakatipu. His body has never been found.Tyler Nii was on day two of a New Zealand holiday when his tandem parachute crashed into Lake Wakatipu. His body has never been found.

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A new report into the death of a tandem skydiver in Queenstown has found the operator's safety plan had no regard for how long people could survive in cold water.A new report into the death of a tandem skydiver in Queenstown has found the operator's safety plan had no regard for how long people could survive in cold water.

Practice needed for accidental water landings after skydiver death, TAIC says | RNZ News

Several safety issues in the parachuting industry have been identified following the death of an American tourist whose skydive went badly wrong in...

Raft of recommendations after skydiver's death, disappearance | Otago Daily Times Online News