OSHKOSH - The man killed in a skydiving incident on an area lake had thousands of jumps under his belt.
We're learning more about him, as the investigation into what went wrong continues.
There are still plenty of unanswered questions as to how two skydivers ended up in Lake Butte des Morts Tuesday.
They were blown about a mile and a half off course.
The two were taking part in a tandem jump.
They were supposed to be landing near the airport in Omro. Instead they landed in the water near the Leonard Point Road Boat Launch.
One person swam to shore safely, but the instructor 55-year-old Paul Olsen did not.
The jump from Skydive Adventure in Omro Tuesday was one of more than 5,000 for Olsen. But this jump would be his last.
"He had some experience, however the environment was such that it put him in a very precarious position," said Lt. Steven Verweil, Winnebago County Sheriff's Department.
Strong winds carried Olsen and another man in a tandem jump roughly 500 yards offshore in Lake Butte des Morts. An autopsy shows Olsen drowned.
"I believe weather played a big role in this. I recall prior to being notified about it, about that time frame a pretty large storm cell moving into the area," said Verweil.
The Federal Aviation Administration is also investigating. A spokesperson told FOX 11 the agency will be looking at how the main and reserve chutes were packed. The FAA will also investigate if the pilot was licensed and up to date on qualifications. Finally the agency will look at the rules of flight associated with the jump. That could include how the pilot, sky divers and the company reacted to the weather conditions at the time of the jump.
"The investigation is underway so those facts will become known during the investigation," said Verweil.
A woman who answered the phone at the sky diving company said they had no comment, other than to say they are extremely devastated by what happened.
Investigators say they also plan to review communications between the air traffic control tower in Milwaukee and the pilot as part of the investigation. They say that could take several more days to complete.
According to the United States Parachute Association, parachuting is a relatively safe sport.
The association says in 2012 there were 19 fatalities in 3.1million jumps. That's an average of one fatality in just over every 163,000 jumps.
The association says tandem jumps have even fewer fatalities over the last 10 years.
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