UPDATED 3:50 p.m., Tuesday: Pacifica Police say a woman fell to her death from the bluffs on a Mori Point Trail on Sunday morning. The San Mateo County Coroner’s Office identified her as 45-year-old Yvonne Rogan from Daly City. 

Police say they were called at 9:40 a.m. on Sunday after eyewitnesses said a woman had tripped and fallen from the bluffs. The scene was just north of the San Marlo parking lot in Rockaway Beach.

Police responded along with North County Fire Authority personnel and a American Medical Response ambulance crew. First responders found the woman on the beach, about 50 feet below the trail. Paramedics pronounced her dead at the scene.

 

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