A lady fell almost 150 ft to her dying from a cliff in North Carolina on Saturday afternoon, in line with the Nationwide Park Service.
Nancy Sampson, 61, fell down a steep cliff at Glassmine Falls overlooking the Blue Ridge Parkway about 12:15 p.m.
Rescuers discovered the lady from South Carolina about 150 ft under the overlook, and park rangers confirmed that she “died from her accidents because of her fall,” in line with the British Day by day Mail. Press release from the National Park Service.
The park service didn’t present any extra particulars in regards to the incident.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is a protracted linear park and path positioned alongside the Appalachian Mountains that extends 469 miles by way of Virginia and North Carolina. Glassmine Falls Overlook is positioned at mile marker 361 and overlooks a tall, skinny waterfall, in line with National Park Service.