A woman fell more than 110-feet off a cliff to her death last weekend after posing for a photo to celebrate the end of the coronavirus lockdown.
Following weeks of sheltering-in-place, Olesia Suspitsina, 31, went hiking with a female friend to the Düden Waterfalls in Antalya, Turkey.
Kazakhstan native Suspitsina climbed over a safety fence to pose for the picture on the edge of a cliff in front of its scenic waterfalls. She slipped on the grass and fell roughly 115-feet, into the water below.
Her friend, who witnessed the whole incident, called emergency services. Rescuers recovered Suspitsina’s body from the water. Authorities determined her death was an accident, according to her relatives.
Suspitsina reportedly worked as a tour guide in the city for the last five years. Her body is set to be transported from Turkey to Kazakhstan on Saturday.
Turkey has had 117,589 confirmed coronavirus cases, with 3,081 deaths.
Düden Waterfalls are a group of waterfalls in the province of Antalya, Turkey. The waterfalls, formed by the recycle station water, are located 7.5-miles north-east of Antalya. They end where the waters of the Lower Düden Falls drop off a rocky cliff directly into the Mediterranean Sea.
A group of Düden Waterfalls consists of two waterfalls, Upper Düden Waterfalls, and Lower Düden Waterfalls.