Can a character with wings stop another character’s fall?

Basically the title. If say, an Aasimar and human fall off a cliff and the Aasimar goes into Radiant Soul. Could they then attempt to at least slow the human’s fall? I was thinking that they would fall at half the speed, and both would share the fall damage evenly between them. Does that make sense, or is there some obscure rule of this situation happening?

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Is the wings of flurry spell broken, when compared to other strong 4th level spells?

Relevant parts of the spell.

  • Evocation [Force]
  • Level: Sorcerer 4,
  • Range: 30 ft.
  • Area: 30-ft.-radius burst
  • Saving Throw: Reflex half
  • Spell Resistance: Yes

wings that strike at every target in range, dealing 1d6 points of damage per caster level to all designated targets within 30 feet that fail a Reflex saving throw and half that damage to creatures that succeed on the save. Creatures that fail the Reflex save are also dazed for 1 round.

Special: A dragonblooded character, or a character with the dragon type, casts this spell at +1 caster level.

It seems just to be on the better end of 4th level spells, like Black Tentacles.

Am I missing it’s hidden power?