December 15 – When an Australian woman posed on the edge of a cliff to take photos, she ignored the safety warning and accidentally fell off the cliff across the safety barrier. Her body was found six hours later.
According to CNN on the 14th, Rosy Loomba, 38, was in the face of an accident with her husband and children in Grampians National Park, Victoria, Australia. ) Play.
The tragedy took place on the Boroka Lookout on the edge of the cliff, where tourists can not only enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the mountains, but also overlook the towns under the mountain.
Police said that Lumba took pictures on a rock on the edge of the cliff, crossed the safety guardrail and warning signs, and fell from a cliff more than 80 meters high because he tripped over.
At that time, witnesses heard a cry for help, but could not help. Police and the Victoria Emergency Service searched for six hours near the cliff before finally finding her body.
During the search, the observation deck is closed until 10 p.m. to the public. The local government emphasizes to the public that attention should be safe and obeyed, and warning photos are not as precious as life.
“It’s impossible for the police to pay attention to the corner of Victoria, and people are responsible for their own safety,” said Lisa Neville, Victoria’s police minister. The observation deck is a popular photo attraction.
A quick search on social media photo wall (Instagram) can find many photos taken on the cliff. In the photo, the tourists’ legs are suspended on the edge of the cliff or leaning against the narrow rock on the edge of the cliff.
Some tourists even took pictures of themselves flipping back on the edge of the cliff.