Latest: California woman dies after fall from 140ft cliff in Arizona
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Zaynab Joseph from California passed away after falling. — People via Facebook/File

A California woman died after falling 140 feet down from a hill while hiking with husband and one-year-old child, Daily Mail reported.

The 40-year-old mother, Zaynab Joseph, was on a trip from from California to Arizona with her family.

She was found seriously injured by a group of hikers who heard her yelling and calling for help. Zaynab shortly succumbed to her injuries.

As per the sheriff’s department, Joseph and her one-year-old baby were airlifted from the mountain.

The circumstances of Zaynab’s death are still not known and those of her apparent fall are under investigation.

The deceased woman and her family were staying in an Airbnb in Sedona and were hiking on a trail on Bear Mountain.

As the news of Zaynab’s death began floating, friends and families started pouring in heartfelt tributes to honour the late mother.

Her sister, in a post on Facebook, wrote, “She had a heart of gold and was very dear to all of us. No words can describe the pain our families are going through, especially her husband and three young children.”

Another friend wrote, “We are heartbroken, we are shattered, but we know that you are in a better place. Your memory will live on in our hearts, in our minds, in our lives.”

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