According to Bruno Dieudonné, prosecutor in Le Havre, her husband was in shock. He was received by firefighters and taken to Pierre Janet Hospital in the same city.
The body of the unfortunate woman has not yet been found. “The tide was high,” said Dieudonné, who also reported that an investigation has been launched.
This year, according to the AFP news agency, there were already two fatal falls at the same location. A hiker in her 60s had fallen off the cliffs in May and a young woman of 24 had the same thing in January. Both victims were busy taking a picture of the place that was immortalized several times by the famous painter Claude Monet (1840-1926).
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