The unidentified lady and gathering of companions were strolling on the catwalk underneath the 730-foot-tall Foresthill Bridge in North Auburn on Tuesday when she attempted to posture for a selfie and fell, as per the Placer County Sheriff's Office. She arrived on a trail 60 feet underneath the extension.
The lady was carried to a doctor's facility and is relied upon to survive, sheriff's authorities said. The unforeseen mischance has now set off a stern cautioning from sheriff's authorities: “You will be cited and or arrested if found in any closed location. Worse yet, you can lose your life and none of that is worth a selfie! Enjoy the bridge and canyon from the designated areas.”
Sheriff's authorities said the walkways under the scaffold are shut for wellbeing reasons. According to the officials, “This young lady is very lucky to be alive and the consequences could have been worse for her, her friends and her family.” Specialists are trusting the lady took in a lesson, and won't charge her for trespassing.