A final photograph shows a skydiver doing what he loved before he tragically plummeted to his death after his parachute failed to open.
Hector Dario Vaccaro, 61, was killed instantly after slamming into a field in Lobos, Argentina, when his parachute failed to deploy.
The 61-year-old had made a daring jump from a small plane but was killed when the keen skydiver and scuba diver's parachute did not open.
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Hector, who lived in Buenos Aires, was killed instantly yesterday (Sunday, June 18) when he crashed into the ground, with paramedics called out to the scene of the tragedy a short while later.
Despite attending the scene at Lobos flying club, all paramedics could do was confirm Hector was killed on impact, with an autopsy now underway.
Members of the Lobos Prosecutor's Office, police force and the Lobos Rural Patrol Command were all seen attending the scene, TN reported.
Hector's body was sent to La Plata in Buenos Aires to continue the autopsy, which is part of an investigation into the death of the 61-year-old.
A final photo of the deceased was uploaded on June 4, and showed Hector performing a parachute jump with his pal just a few weeks before his tragic death.
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Tributes from friends and family members have since poured in for the 61-year-old, who was remembered by Marian Baires, who commented on the final post of the 61-year-old.
She wrote: "My dear friend, kisses to heaven. I will always love you and miss you."
The extreme sports fan was also seen to be a keen scuba diver although through images of Hector, skydiving proved most popular of all, with a number of images of the man partaking in his favourite sport.
Local prosecutor Gisela Dupraz has labelled the case as an "investigation of causes of death" and an autopsy result is currently pending.
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