A teacher leaned over a Rocky shore to take a Selfie, fell into the Sea and died

A teacher leaned over a Rocky shore to take a Selfie, fell into the Sea and died

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The rescue team managed to resuscitate her after a first cardiopulmonary arrest but when they transferred her to the hospital she suffered another that ended her life.

A 28-year-old woman, a school teacher in Brazil, fell into the sea from a rocky shore while taking a selfie on a Penha beach, on the north coast of Santa Catarina.

The woman, by name Soliane Luisa, stumbled from a height of approximately five meters. When she fell into the water, she was on the verge of drowning but the rescue services managed to rescue her alive.

However, the teacher died on the shore, minutes before rescuers managed to transport her by helicopter to a hospital.

According to the Fire Department, the case occurred on the afternoon of Sunday, January 17, in Ponta do Vigia, a rocky region located at the end of Paina Grande, one of the main tourist sites in Penha.

Soliane Luisa, 28, managed to be rescued alive but died of cardiopulmonary arrest before reaching the hospital.

Soliane Luisa, 28, managed to be rescued alive but died of cardiopulmonary arrest before reaching the hospital. 

The emergency services were activated around 4:30 in the afternoon. First a team of civilian lifeguards caught up with the woman struggling to stay afloat in the rough waters. They then received air support from the Arcanjo 03 firefighters helicopter.

Due to the proximity to the coast and the strong winds that day, it was a particularly complex rescue, since unfavorable conditions made it impossible to control the aircraft to take it to Soliane, in addition, only with lifeguards it was very difficult to reach the ground.

The rescue team used a device called sling, which is a kind of scalding chair that is connected to the helicopter with a cable.

In the arena, the team of Rescue began the procedures for the recovery of grade 6 drowners – the most serious of all – with the support of a device that performs automatic chest compressions.

Soliane lived in Navegantes, a city near Penha.

Soliane lived in Navegantes, a city near Penha. 

Already on the beach the woman who was still alive presented a cardiopulmonary arrest, but thanks to the first aid provided and the assistance of the device Solaniane managed to recover his pulse for a few minutes.

Later, the teacher was taken to an ambulance to go to a soccer field near the beach, from where she would be transferred to the Marieta Konder Bornhausen Hospital, in Itajaí, a nearby municipality.

However, Upon arriving at the launch site, he suffered another cardiorespiratory arrest and died on the spot. Soliane lived in Navegantes, a city near Penha, and worked in an Early Childhood Education Center in Balneário Camboriú.

Soliane was a teacher at an Early Childhood Education Center in Balneário Camboriú.

Soliane was a teacher at an Early Childhood Education Center in Balneário Camboriú. 

“Sol was an exemplary teacher, dedicated, supportive and very loved by all. Wherever he went, he reveled in his joy and shone with his light. Sol will leave a piece of her here with each of the Baby Paradise Family. Our hearts are festive, but heaven is festive. Go with God, our eternal Sun”, wrote the college.

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