Detectives in Orange County, California, are looking into the death of a woman at Disneyland on February 18. Anaheim Police told that the woman either jumped or fell to her death from a parking structure at the park.
Anaheim police Sgt. Jon McClintock says –
“The investigation is ongoing and detectives are asking anyone with information to contact police.”
When police arrived at the Mickey and Friends parking lot around 6:50 p.m., they tried to keep the victim alive until paramedics arrived and took her to a nearby hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
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It’s still not clear if she was a park guest or not. A spokesman for the Orange County Coroner’s Office told PEOPLE that the dead person was 46-year-old Marney Schoenfeld from Scottsdale, Arizona.
The San Jose Mercury News says that Schoenfeld’s husband said that Marney’s death was “excruciating.” Randy Schoenfeld, an Arizona real estate agent, said in an email statement to the outlet –
“She was a loving mother to her daughter, Sydney.”
“She was a caring wife to me. She was a talented hairstylist of 23 years and her clients loved her.”
Since it opened in 2000, the seven-story parking structure at Disneyland, which can hold more than 10,000 cars, has been the site of several deaths.
According to the Los Angeles Times, a man in his 50s died in December after falling from a building. Police said it was “likely a suicide.” Between 2010 and 2016, three more men died when they fell from the parking garage.