The Anaheim Police Department is investigating the death of a woman who fell from the ‘Mickey and Friends Parking Structure’ in Disneyland, CA on Saturday. Anaheim police Sgt. Jon McClintock and the Anaheim Fire Department responded around 6:50 p.m. to a report of an individual who “jumped off or fell from” the parking structure. First responders reportedly found a woman lying on the ground and began providing aid; the woman was brought to a nearby hospital where she was pronounced dead.

The woman’s identity was not released, and it was unclear whether she was a guest at the theme park. An investigation into the circumstances of the woman’s death is underway.

The Mickey and Friends Parking Structure is the main guest parking facility at Disneyland, standing seven-stories tall and having room for more than 10,000 vehicles. When it opened in 2000 is was the largest parking structure in the United States. Saturday’s incident is the second in three months involving someone falling to their death from a Disneyland parking structure. In December, a man in his 50s fell from the Mickey and Friends lot,  who police said died “likely” died by suicide; and at least three other individuals have died after jumping since the structure opened.

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