Two BASE jumpers plunge to their death in daredevil leaps in Utah on the same weekend

Kevin Morroun was a skydiving instructor and traveled around the country seeking bigger and better BASE jumps

Two people died in separate BASE jumping accidents over the past few days in Utah.

Kevin Morroun, 35, of Moab, was the first fatality. He died Friday in a jump from an area known as “the sweet spot” in Mineral Canyon. The second jumper, still unidentified, died Sunday in Zion National Park.

Morroun was an experienced jumper who worked as an instructor with Skydive Moab, authorities told MailOnline, and often traveled seeking bigger and better jumps, according to social media posts.
Details are scant on the second BASE jumping death, which occurred more than five hours to the west in Zion National Park.