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'He was just limp in the water.' Theresa Saleeby Awad was with her family at the event and they 'watched as this tragedy unfolded.''My husband and I are in tears tonight,' she said yesterday.
A former Navy SEAL cried Wednesday as he testified about a military dog killed on a mission with him to find Army Sgt.
Navy officials told the Daily that the accident was apparently caused by an equipment malfunction, though the specific nature and cause is currently unknown.
An investigation into the accident is already underway.
The wounded SEAL, retired Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer James Hatch, entered the courtroom with a limp and a service dog named Mina.
He was largely stoic and spoke in measured tones except for several times when he talked about the slain military dog.
Peters, a member of the Navy SEALs commando unit that operates under the Naval Special Warfare Command, was pronounced dead at the Jersey City Medical Center, Rear Admiral Jack Scorby told a news conference outside the hospital.
The 27-year-old was a decorated Navy SEAL who had been a member of the parachute team for more than a year.
Special Operator First Class Peters, of Colorado, was performing as part of Navy Parachute Team 'The Leap Frogs' when landed in the Hudson River during a jump that was part of Fleet Week at Liberty State Park in Jersey City.'Although our time with him was cut short, we are so grateful that we were blessed with such a positive and principled loving man,' said the family statement.'He is painfully missed.A cut-away is when a skydiver disconnects themselves from the harness connected to the main malfunctioning parachute, in preparation for opening the reserve parachute.It is not yet clear if Peters was able to cut-away or if his reserve chute deployed or also malfunctioned.A Naval spokesman said that, based on early investigations, the tragedy was 'an apparent equipment malfunction' but warned it was too early to speculate.Sunday's festivities, part of a week-long showcase that brings dozens of US warships and thousands of service members to the New York City area every year, included demonstrations by the US Navy Parachute Team, known as the Leap Frogs.