A woman died on Saturday evening after falling from a parking structure at a Disney Parks Resort.
On Saturday evening, tragedy struck as a female Guest fell to her death from a seven-story parking structure located at 1313 Disneyland Drive at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California.
According to the Anaheim Police Department, police officers were dispatched to the scene of the incident shortly before 7:00 p.m. local time after multiple reports of an individual falling from the Mickey and Friends Parking structure were received by the department. The structure is for Guests of the Southern California Disney park and is available to those visiting Downtown Disney, Disneyland Park, and/or Disney California Adventure.
Upon arriving at the scene of the incident, officers found a woman lying on the ground. She received treatment from emergency personnel at the scene before she was rushed by ambulance to a nearby hospital. She succumbed to her injuries and was later pronounced deceased.
As this news is a developing story, there is no information at this time about the woman or about what led to her fall. We will share more information and updates as they become available. Investigators are currently working to determine what happened before the woman fell and what may have led to her fall.
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In December, a man felt to his death at the same parking structure. Christopher Christensen died after a fall at the parking structure on December 3. His death was later found to be the result of suicide, and it was revealed that he had penned a letter and posted it to his Facebook account only hours before the tragic incident. At this time, there is no information that suggests the death of the woman on Saturday evening was a suicide.
Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult tragedy.