Student fell to her death from clifftop while leaping for photo

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 13, 2017

Mr Craze said her death was "not unique".

Another South Korean witness, Jin Gyeong Jang, said: 'I saw her standing then heard sound of a bang, then she was not there'.

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The investigator of police in Sussex, Tod Stewart, said: "There are six photos on which you can see that y stood very close to edge of cliffs".

"There were two photos where she had clearly jumped into the air, with her hands outstretched".

"She is even closer to the edge".

"They confirmed they were taking photos and that they did not know her". She was now over the edge. The expression on her face shows nothing but enjoyment'. The number of people standing close to the edge for photos is amazingly large.

"At the time we were having severe risk of cliff falls as well".

"What we would say is keep away from cliff edges", he said.

"Her concentration is not on anything other than what she is doing".

He continued, "It's surprising this doesn't happen more often".

"I would support a call for work to be done that can prevent deaths wholeheartedly".

"I know of at least one nearly identical death".

'Very sadly, whatever is done by way of signage, we should be lucky if this is the last one, ' he added.

"At the end of the day if people place themselves in extreme danger there's limits to the extent to which they can be stopped".

Coroner Alan Craze recorded a conclusion of death by misadventure on the 23-year-old South Korean student who fell from the cliffs just east of Cuckmere Haven on June 22 this year.

"I want to express my profound sympathy and condolences to her family".

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