Sometimes it seems that we do not realize that doing something as simple as it may be that we lost life, as a British model was killed while taking a photo of “selfie”, according to a friend close to the family.
In detail, the 21-year-old British Madeleine Davis died immediately after falling from a 30-meter cliff on the Diamond Bay Reserve cliffs in the Australian capital, Sydney, while she was taking a selfie.
Davis was present at a party on Saturday, and she and seven of her friends decided to go to the slopes in the early hours, which is about 6:30 in the morning on Sunday to watch the sunrise from the top of the cliff, climbing a fence to reach the place, which ended in the fall of the young girl.
On the incident, New South Wales police said that emergency services were called to the Diamond Bay Reserve after reports of a woman falling off a cliff, and it became clear later that the body was returning to the model, after searching for four hours at the place before they found her in the water.
The police added that they are investigating the death of the young British woman and will work on issuing a report on the accident, stating the actual cause of death and whether there is a criminal suspicion in the accident.
According to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, Davis’ mother tried to find her daughter, after she did not talk to her on Sunday, as she published online saying: “I ask anyone who has seen a physical contact with me, and I also hope those who were with her outside the house last night.” ”
It is noteworthy that Davis’s death was not the first of its kind in these cliffs, as this site attracts many tourists from all over the world, especially Instagram fans who intend to take interesting and interesting pictures. Last year, a 27-year-old girl died, where he told witnesses in this Time the police said they might have been taking pictures.
A witness then told the Daily Telegraph at the time that passers-by tried to revive the woman while others helped her sad boyfriend who took the picture.
As a result, the Waverley Council said last year that it would take firm measures against visitors who risked their lives in Diamond Bay to obtain a perfect picture, but that appeared to be so far.