On Saturday, June 1st 2019, a woman fell from the top of Eagle falls after loosing her footing while taking pictures. A woman slipped and fell to her death while taking a selfie photograph next to a northern California waterfall. Explore Life Stories, Offer Condolences & Send Flowers. Submit. A young woman died at Eagle Falls near Emerald Bay on Friday after losing her footing and falling. Great Falls Tribune obituaries and Death Notices for Great Falls Montana area . The man, whose identity was unknown as of press time, ended up in the water at the bottom of the falls. Wednesday, January 20, 2021. With sheer rock cliff jumping spots, rope swings, After dropping 25 feet, the narrow granite gorge of Eagle Falls on the South Fork of the Skykomish River creates one of Washington state's best swimming holes. The woman was taking photos at the falls, according to a post on the North Tahoe Fire Protection District’s Facebook page, before reportedly losing her footing and going over. Sky Valley Fire Assistant Chief Ernie Walters told the Herald that Eagle Falls has been the site of several deaths in recent years as social media videos have … A woman who died at Eagle Falls was identified as 35-year-old Dina Stephanie Espinosa from the Bay Area, according to authorities. Search US Eagle Falls A 35-year old woman, identified as Stephanie Espinosa, lost her footing while taking pictures too close to the edge of waterfall which cascades 150 feet into the Emerald bay of Lake Tahoe . However, we will be happy to accept obituaries from family members pending proper verification of the death. A 35-year-old mother of two teens died Friday after going over McGaver, Marlys Ruth Age 92 of Hudson, Wisconsin, was born February 16, 1928 and died at home peacefully in her sleep on January 11, 2021 after a short illness. A woman died Friday while trying to take a photograph of a waterfall near Lake Tahoe, authorities said. This spot should be reserved only for the hottest summer days; because of the glacial waters and the day-long shade, few places provide greater relief from the heat. Leola Bowton. A man fell as far as 60 feet to his death over Eagle Falls on Sunday, authorities said. Jan 20, 2021; Leola Mae (Anderson) Bowton, age 88, peacefully passed away January 17, 2021 at Sterling Pointe Assisted Living in Princeton, MN. California State Parks is investigating the incident at Eagle Falls off Emerald Bay, and the sheriff’s department is carrying out the coroner’s investigation, the release said.