A 16-year-old young lady passed on in the wake of tumbling off an edge at New York's Zoar Valley

A 16-year-old young lady passed on in the wake of tumbling off an edge at New York's Zoar Valley

A 16-year-old young lady passed on in the wake of tumbling off an edge at New York's Zoar Valley

A 16-year-old young lady passed on Saturday in the wake of tumbling from a lofty edge at Zoar Valley in western New York.

Sheriff's appointees and New York State Police troopers showed up at the scene in the wake of getting a few 911 calls not long before 6 p.m. detailing that a female had tumbled off an edge, as indicated by a public statement from the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office.

The young person, whose name was not delivered, continued deadly wounds from the fall, the sheriff's office said.

Zoar Valley is around 40 miles south of Buffalo. The 3,014-section of land Zoar Valley Multiple Use Area, made out of open and private land, is known for its "fantastic view made by its profound chasm, sheer bluffs, streaming cascades, and thick woodlands," as indicated by the New York Department of Environmental Conservation.

The office cautions guests to remain on stamped trails because of "perils related with rocks, steep slants, precipices, and quick water."

The zone is well known with people in general for climbing, chasing, fishing, and whitewater boating, as indicated by the division. Outdoors isn't allowed as the territory is shut among dusk and dawn.

The sheriff's office said an examination concerning the episode is continuous.

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