On Saturday night in Anaheim, California, a lady died after falling from a parking garage for Disneyland.
According to Anaheim police Sgt. Jon McClintock, officers were called at 6:50 p.m. to a complaint of a person who had either fallen or leapt off the Mickey and Friends Parking Structure.
Before Anaheim Fire and Rescue got on the scene, officers saw an adult woman on the ground and provided first assistance.
The woman was taken to a nearby hospital and later declared dead.
The lady’s identity was kept a secret.
The circumstances surrounding the woman’s death are the subject of an investigation.
The 2000 construction of the seven-story Mickey & Friends Parking Garage. The garage, which can accommodate more than 10,000 cars, was the largest of its kind when it was constructed.
Local media reports that the scene has seen a number of other casualties.
The Los Angeles Times claimed that a guy in his 50s committed himself by jumping to his death from the garage in December and that at least three other people had also perished by jumping since the building’s opening.
The Mickey and Friends parking structure is situated across the street from Disneyland, adjacent to additional parking spaces and the Disney California Adventure and Disneyland entrances.