A woman who posed for a photo of a cliff on Saturday fell over 200 feet and died Australia, According to reports.
One of her children and her husband, Rosie Lumba, 38, of Australia, were spotted at Boroga Lookout in Crombian National Park in Victoria. 9 News Announced.
Police said he climbed past security barriers to pose on a rock for a photo and fell about 262 feet off the face of the cliff.
A tour guide in the area, said Graham Wood Australian Broadcasting Corporation He regularly watches tourists climb over security barriers in the park. He said he saw someone climbing the lodge for a photo less than half an hour before the incident and that one day someone would fall.
“We left, I believe within half an hour of what happened … [I was] Shock. It’s a coincidence, “Wood said.” I do not know how you can prevent this from happening, but this incident may help … It’s a difficult way for people to adhere to what public knowledge should be. “
Police and the state emergency service measured the face of the cliff for six hours to retrieve his body. The viewing site was closed after the incident, but reopened to the public at 10pm 9 News.
Sometimes, tourists and mountaineers drown in their death while posing for a perfect photo.
31-year-old Olesya Suspitsina was hiking with a friend at Dutton Park in Antalya. Turkey – Next week a shelter is ordered in the city. He climbed over a security fence in the park and posed for a picture on the edge of a cliff in front of its beautiful waterfalls, before slipping on some grass and falling about 115 feet, Sputnik Turkey said.
Back in September, Oregon State troops said one man Fell to his death After climbing a tree to pose for a picture on a cliff off the state coast, a report says. He is said to have been in the tree when an element was broken.
Following the recent incident in Australia, Police Minister Lisa Neville said that no photo is worth one’s life.
“We can’t rope every part of Victoria,” he said. “People have to take responsibility.”
The report was contributed by Edmund DeMarch of Fox News
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