By Mahita Gajanan
July 12, 2016

A Florida woman fell to her death from a Grand Canyon National Park trail after posting a photo from the edge of a cliff.

Colleen Burns, 35, accidentally fell from Ooh Aah Point on Friday, about a mile down the South Kaibab Trail, the Associated Press reported. Park rangers found her about 400 feet from where she had been standing on the trail.

Burns posted an Instagram photo from the Grand Canyon on Friday. “That view tho,” she wrote in the caption.

Park officials told the AP that Burns had been hiking and taking photographs of the sunrise on the trail. They announced her death on Monday. Friends and family remembered Burns on social media, including the DJ Kaskade, who wrote that “Colleen was destined to be a star” in a Facebook post.

“I feel taken apart by the news of Colleen’s passing,” he wrote.

Burn worked as the regional marketing director for Yelp in Orlando. Yelp officials posted a photo of Burns on Twitter, writing, “There are no words. Hoping to find some soon.”

The National Park Service and the Coconino County Medical Examiner are investigating her death, the AP reported.

Write to Mahita Gajanan at mahita.gajanan@time.com.

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