TikTok Influencer Tanya Pardazi – Obituary

6 Min Read

The TikTok influencer Tanya Pardazi died on August 27 after a tragic skydiving accident in Canada. According to her friends, she was performing the activity in Ontario when the accident took place.

The death was reportedly caused by an issue with her parachute while completing her first solo jump. As per the statement by Skydive Toronto, Pardazi opened her main parachute too late which meant that it couldn’t inflate on time.

TikTok star dies in a skydiving accident

In a tragic end to a TikTok career, Canadian influencer Tanya Pardazi has been found dead after a skydiving accident. Pardazi, who had a following of more than 100,000 on the social media platform, died in her first solo dive after completing a course with Skydive Toronto.

The 21-year-old’s death was the fourth fatal skydiving accident this summer in Canada. It is unclear if she was alone in the jump or not, but friends tell CTV News Toronto that she opened her main parachute at an altitude too low for it to inflate properly.

She landed in the ground and collapsed. Her body was immediately taken to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead. The accident happened at a skydiving center in the town of Simcoe, about 40 miles northwest of Toronto.

As her death became public, tributes began to pour in from the TikTok community. Her close friends shared stories of her adventurous spirit and described her as a person who enjoyed life to the fullest.

Earlier this month, she posted about taking up skydiving on her TikTok account, which had more than 95,000 followers. She discussed issues like self-motivation, relationships and makeup in her videos.


Her last video on TikTok was dated August 22 and was about her upcoming skydiving trip. Her death is a huge loss to her friends, but they have only good things to say about her.

One of her close friends, Melody Ozgoli, told CTV News that Pardazi was a great adventurer and always sought new experiences. The news of her death is “the biggest shock,” she said.

The skydiving school in which she was training confirmed Pardazi’s death, but did not identify her by name. They described her as a “welcome recent addition to the skydiving community.” The facility said in a statement that it has been profoundly affected by the incident, adding that they have spent 50 years refining their student training program.

TikTok influencer dies in a skydiving accident

A TikTok influencer and University of Toronto philosophy student died in a skydiving accident last month. The 21-year-old, whose social media account had more than 100,000 followers, was killed while doing a skydive at a facility in Canada.

According to CTV News, Pardazi was a former Miss Canada semi-finalist and had a large following on the popular app, where she posted videos about thought experiments and social issues. The comments underneath her posts are filled with tributes from fans left devastated by the news of her death.

Pardazi had just finished a course at the skydiving company and was jumping for the first time alone, CTV reported, but she was killed in the process. The 21-year-old’s friends told the outlet that she opened her parachute too late while in the air and that she was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Earlier this week, Skydive Toronto posted an online statement saying that Pardazi “suddenly opened her main parachute too late and sustained fatal injuries while jumping out of an airplane in Innisfil, Ontario.” The company is working with the South Simcoe Police Department’s investigation into her death.

The Canadian National Post noted that this is the fourth death in Canada this summer related to skydiving. One happened in Wainfleet, a town in the Niagara region, and another happened outside of Ottawa, in Arnprior.

Rob MacNeill, a technical safety expert with the Canadian Sport Parachuting Association, said that while fatalities are rare, they do occur. He said it’s normal for someone to die in a skydiving accident once every year or so.

He added that it’s important to remember that skydiving is a dangerous activity, especially when it comes to the landing portion of the jump. He also warned that the risks may not be as bad as those associated with a fall from an airplane.

The funeral for Tanya Pardazi was held in Richmond Hill, Ontario, on Sept. 2, with an eulogy delivered by one of her guests, who described her as someone who lived life to the fullest. The speaker called her a “smart girl” who was “full of fun.” A video streamed by the Elgin Mills Funeral Centre featured Sarah McLachlan’s song, “Angel,” as a backdrop to the event.

Share This Article
Leave a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *