Two skydivers were injured Saturday after they collided with each other in the middle of their jump near New York City.
The skydivers were jumping with Skydive Long Island when the collision occurred, the Riverhead Police Department told BuzzFeed News.
One of the jumpers, 29-year-old Kevin Arcamona, hit the other, 46-year-old Patricia Baronowski, in the head with his knee.
Baronowski was knocked unconscious and landed in a tree after her parachute deployed automatically, the Riverhead Patch reported.
She was rescued, and both of the jumpers were transported to a local hospital.
Baronowski is being treated for a head injury, which Arcamona is being treated for a leg injury, police said.
Neither injury was life-threatening.
Skydive Long Island did not respond to a request for comment from BuzzFeed News, but this is not the first time the company has seen an accident occur during a jump.
Last year, a 26-year-old corrections officer was killed and his instructor was injured when they were caught in a "mini-tornado" during a jump.
Gary Messina and his instructor Christopher Scott became unable to control their parachute during the jump due to the high winds, NBC New York reported.