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Woman falls 40 to 50 feet off Pali Lookout

By Star-Advertiser Staff

LAST UPDATED: 02:39 p.m. HST, Jul 14, 2014

A 31-year-old woman fell 40 to 50 feet at the Pali Lookout, suffering serious injuries on Sunday, according to an Emergency Medical Services report.

Paramedics took the woman to a hospital in serious condition following the 5 p.m. incident, EMS said.

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lokela wrote:
Very lucky.
on July 14,2014 | 06:32AM
livinginhawaii wrote:
Sounds very irresponsible and reckless to me...Unless you go over a barrier or illegally hike it is impossible to fall 40 to 50 feet at this location.
on July 14,2014 | 07:15AM
iwanaknow wrote:
The 10pm TV news last night showed her climbing high up on the rocks........and to think we were there 9am that morning
on July 14,2014 | 08:23AM
lowtone123 wrote:
According to Hawaii News Now the woman accompanied by a male was free climbing without any harnesses or safety gear. A witness who was at the lookout said it was windy and drizzling.
on July 14,2014 | 08:31AM
kiragirl wrote:
Yep. They won't be show-boating again.
on July 14,2014 | 09:31AM
Kuokoa wrote:
What were you thinking!?
on July 14,2014 | 08:54AM
Tanuki wrote:
Laws of nature used to result in natural selection. Now they sue the State or City and win.
on July 14,2014 | 09:29AM
localguy wrote:
Not a chance, she did all this on her own. If anyone should be sued, her boy friend deserves it. Hello, this is not a place to climb rocks. Volcanic rock is unstable, easily breaks off. No clue about staying safe. Send her home.
on July 14,2014 | 03:41PM
Morimoto wrote:
Even if she hit her head, I don't think it would have much effect on her since she didn't seem to be using her brain in the first place.
on July 14,2014 | 10:09AM
CriticalReader wrote:
Needs more focused and intense crossfit training. And tatoos. More tatoos would have helped. The true tragedy may have been that all this happened without her wearing one of those cameras on her head. So, no Youtube video or material for a viral medical expense fundraising campaign. Before people embark into the world if experiencing all life has to offer, they have to be better prepared.
on July 14,2014 | 10:34AM
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