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The 50 year old who was piloting the hang glider flight from which 27 Lenami Godinez-Avila fell and died near Harrison Mills last month has now issued a statement.
William Orders spoke at his lawyer's office this afternoon.
"I want to offer my condolences and sympathy for what lenami's family and friends must be going through. Lenami was someone's daughter and that I find especially difficult to deal with. I would like to apologize to Lenami's family, to the police, and the public, for my panicked action of swallowing the memory card as I did."
Orders says he will not return to hang gliding.
He was speaking to Global News.