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Woman dies in fall at Disneyland

File: In this handout photo provided by Disney Resorts, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and pals debut new attire while celebrating Halloween at Disneyland Park on September 2, 2022 in Anaheim, California (Getty Images)

File: In this handout photo provided by Disney Resorts, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and pals debut new attire while celebrating Halloween at Disneyland Park on September 2, 2022 in Anaheim, California (Getty Images)

A woman was found dead at Disneyland in California on Saturday, authorities said.

The circumstances surrounding her death remained unclear as officials doubted whether she “jumped off or fell from” the Mickey and Friends Parking Structure, said the Anaheim police.

The police responded to reports of an adult woman on the ground at 6.50pm and provided her with medical aid until Anaheim Fire and Rescue arrived on the scene, reported Fox News.

She was rushed to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead, said the police.

Authorities have so far not disclosed her identity and are still probing the circumstances leading up to the incident. Her affiliations with the theme park also remained under wraps, with officials not sharing whether she was an employee or a visitor.

The multilevel parking structure located on the northwest edge of the theme park was built in 2000, with the garage, having the capacity to hold over 10,000 cars – the biggest at the time.

This is not the only instance of fatality in the structure. Last year in December, a man in his 50s died by suicide at the garage. At least three other people have died there, since it was opened nearly two decades ago, it is reported LA Times.

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