Cold medication may have contributed to parachutist's death
The warning label says may cause drowsiness and a decongestant taken just before a skydiver jumped from an airplane may have contributed to his death.
Philippe Huard was killed near Farnham in October of 2010.
He was working as an aerial cameraman, and died during a jump while he was videotaping other skydivers.
Eyewitnesses says his chute opened properly, but what happened after that is not clear.
A coroner says the decongestant Huard consumed prior to the jump, may have affected his judgement and reflexes contributing to his death, but the exact cause will never ben known.
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