Golden Knights parachutist remembered as determined, dedicated to Army

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WEST CHESTER, Ohio -- A community in Ohio is remembering parachutist Corey Hood, who died after an accident at the Chicago Air and Water Show.

Hood collided with Navy skydiver Timmy Holland during a jump on Saturday.

The impact threw Hood into a building.

Hood was an Army veteran who served five tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.

There's now a memorial at his high school in his hometown of West Chester.

Hood made his mark there in wrestling and football.

He joined the Army after graduating.

The Cook County medical examiner says hood died from multiple blunt force injuries.

The other skydiver involved in the accident is still in the hospital with a broken leg.

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