Woman Falls to Her Death at the Tallulah Gorge State Park in Georgia
TALLULAH FALLS, GA - A news report published on wfxg.com states that law enforcement authorities have identified a woman who tragically died after she fell from an overlook at a Georgia state park.* According to the Department of Natural Resources, a 58-year-old woman tragically died after falling from a high ledge at Tallulah Gorge State Park.
Law enforcement authorities originally answered the call indicating that someone had jumped or fallen from a ledge. The rescue mission then became a recovery effort.
Agency spokesperson Mark McKinnon says rescue personnel from both Rabun County and Habersham County rappelled to the base of the gorge and used long lines to recover the victim. Additional information regarding victim’s death were not released to the public.
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