Queensland skydivers killed is US road crash

TWO Queenslanders have died in a tragic road crash in the US.

Brisbane Skydivers Clay Anderson and Lisa Perdichizzi were riding a motorbikes on Route 13 in the Town of Brookline, New Hampshire, when it’s believed a car crossed onto the wrong side of the road.

The Daily Mail reports, Mr Anderson and the driver of a second motorbike were pronounced dead at the scene on Tuesday. Ms Perdichizzi was flown to hostpial, where she later died from her injuries.


The driver of the car was treated for minor injuries.

It’s been revealed, the Queenslanders were well known in the Australian skydiving community.

Ms Perdichizzi, who had completed over 3500 jumps, was also the skydiving mentor and friend of Michael Vaughan and Alana Clarke, who were tragically killed after their parachutes became tangled in the air during a dive in Byron Bay in March.