A 51-year-old woman was swept over Niagara Falls and died Tuesday, in what may have been a suicide. About 30 witnesses saw the Canadian woman floating by them, "with her eyes closed" but apparently alive, at about 4:30pm, one tells the Toronto Sun. Then "she went past us. She went over the falls." Reuters reports that other tourists saw the woman enter the water at the Niagara River, and that no one saw her struggle to stay alive.
The woman, who went over the massive Horseshoe Falls, was dead by the time police and the Maid of the Mist tour boat reached her. An officer says "there was no foul play and it does not appear to have been an accidental drowning." (Click to read another tragic water-related story.)