A skydiving teacher in Mississippi was killed and the student he was on a tandem jump with was critically injured after an apparent equipment malfunction. Other skydivers said there appeared to be some "entanglement with the lines" before the pair crashed into a remote swamp, the local sheriff tells the AP. The widow of instructor Jimmie Horak Jr., 56, says her husband had completed more than 8,000 jumps and was a "very, very skilled skydiver. Very safety-conscious." The FAA will inspect the parachutes to see if they were properly rigged.