The Madera police and Federal Aviation Administration planned to work together to investigate the cause of the tragedy.
Just a few weeks before the incident, a skydiver in Peru got the scare of his life when his jumpsuit got stuck to the plane as he was about to jump from the aircraft.
Fernando Gava, an experienced jumper with over 1,000 skydives in his career, was stuck for about 30 minutes while the plane was flying at an altitude of about 10,000 feet.
"I was quiteworried that he might have to land with the plane, because he was a very experienced skydiver he was able to think clearly and use his hook knife (a little safety knife that all skydivers carry for emergencies) and cut the leg off his jump suit," his friend Maurice Mathey said in an email to INSIDE EDITION. "It was very lucky that the plane had just filled up the tanks with fuel before taking off so that he had enough time to cut his jumpsuit away."
Gava was able to free himself by using a knife and cutting the suit. Once he was loose, he was able to parachute back to Earth.