The San Joaquin County Coroner's Office identified the woman as 28-year-old Maria Vallejo, of Colombia, KCRA reported. She was blown off course when she collided with the vehicle.
"We are heartbroken at the recent tragedy of an experienced jumper and member of our community. It is a sorrowful time, and we are all grieving," Skydive Lodi Parachute Center said in a statement Friday to KOVR. "As experienced jumpers, we accept the risks inherent in the sport and do everything possible to minimize these risks. Unfortunately, at this time we cannot comment any further out of respect for the jumper and the jumper's family.
"Our prayers go out to the family.”
KOVR reported that the death is the latest involving the skydiving center, which says it is one of the largest and oldest drop zones in the United States. The local station reported six people have died in the last four years.
KCRA reported the most recent death involving the center before this one was on Oct. 14, 2018. In that death, a woman's parachute didn't open in a jump.
CHP, National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration are investigating the accident, KCRA reported.