A 21-year-old girl died after falling right into a Colorado waterfall, park officers mentioned.
The girl was visiting Adams Falls in Rocky Mountain National Park the afternoon on Thursday, May 19, earlier than she fell, the U.S. National Park Service mentioned in a information launch.
She was from Virginia, Illinois, park officers mentioned. Her physique was recovered the identical night and brought to the Grand County coroner.
Her title has not been launched, officers mentioned.
The park service reminded the general public to remain again from stream banks, rivers and waterfalls. Rocks are additionally oftentimes slippery in these areas, the company mentioned.
“Water is extremely cold and can be deceivingly deep and swift,” the park service mentioned within the launch. “Always provide proper supervision for children, who by nature, tend to be attracted to water. Powerful currents can quickly pull a person underwater.”
Adams Falls is a waterfall on the west aspect of the park. To see the waterfall, visitors must hike one-third of a mile.