Chilling final pic shows nurse climbing 60ft to zip wire platform moments before she fell to her death | The Sun

A CHILLING final picture shows a nurse climbing 60ft to a rickety zip wire platform moments before she plunged to her death.

Yasmili Araujo, 23, had gone with her boyfriend and pals to a water park on July 2.

Witnesses said she climbed to the top of the zip line platform without any protection at the Piracema Park Club in Brazil.

But moments before she was offered a safety harness, she slipped through a hole and plummeted towards the ground.

She fell a massive 66ft, according to firemen who treated her at the scene in the northern city of Rio Branco.

Paramedics rushed her to hospital with multiple fractures, but the tragic nurse died of a heart attack on the way.

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Chilling images from the waterpark allegedly show Yasmili climbing up a ladder to the platform before she disappeared through a hole and tumbled to her death.

Cops have now launched an investigation into her tragic death.

Deputy Alex Danny Tavares told G1: "We set up a procedure to find out what actually happened. 

"We do not know if the place was preserved, as it should have been, the expertise was not called, nor was the emergency service team called.

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"However, the expertise that should be requested has already been done and we are going to hear witnesses. 

"What will help are the people and records of the situation. 

"From now on, we will hear witnesses, wait for the result of the expertise, together with elements of information and witnesses and images of the place."

Fireman lieutenant Eurico Fernando said the launch platform for the zipline had not even been signed off by an engineer.

Mr Fernando also said the park was not authorised for zip lines.

And he even claimed it had only been hastily installed the morning the recent graduate died.

He said: "It was assembled at the last minute, it was ready on the morning of the 2nd.

"They did it very quickly, possibly this rush in the assembly of this structure is a preponderant factor in trying to explain what happened."

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In a statement, the water park said: "Piracema Park Club provided all support and attention to the young woman's family and, after the accident, closed the activities of the attraction…

"Which will only return to operation after investigation by the relevant authorities regarding the causes of the accident."

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