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Updated: Police ID Woman Killed After Falling From Zip Line Ride at Lums Pond State Park

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Go Ape Tree Top Adventure is located at Lums Pond State Park. (Photo: KYW CBS3 in Philadelphia) Go Ape Tree Top Adventure is located at Lums Pond State Park. (Photo: KYW CBS3 in Philadelphia)

BEAR, Del.- Delaware State Police have released the name of a 59-year-old woman killed after falling from a zip line ride at Lums Pond State Park in Bear.

Troopers identified the victim as Tina Werner of Felton. 

The incident happened at around 2:35 p.m. Wednesday at the Go Ape Aerial Rope Adventure Course. Police said Werner was standing on a platform located approximately 35 feet above the ground and waiting to descend on a zip line when she fell from the platform to the ground.

Werner was treated at the scene by New Castle County Paramedics before being transported to the Christiana Hospital by ambulance where she was pronounced dead. Her body was then turned over to the Division of Forensic Sciences where an autopsy will be performed.

While the investigation into this incident is still ongoing, police said foul play is not suspected.

For any questions regarding the Go Ape Aerial Rope Adventure Course call 800-971-8271.

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