• San Diego police said a man who jumped from the ninth floor of a parking structure landed on a woman, 29, Sunday, killing her
  • The woman died on the scene, while the man was taken to a hospital, where he died shortly after
  • The woman's boss said she was on a second date with a man she met online when the incident happened

A 29-year-old woman was killed in a freak accident Sunday night in San Diego, California, after a man who apparently tried to commit suicide jumped off the ninth floor of a parking structure and landed on her, police said.

Taylor Kahle was walking with a man near an intersection in the San Diego neighborhood of East Village shortly before 7:30 p.m. when an unidentified man plunged from a nearby building and fell onto her, KFMB-TV reported.

Kahle died at the scene, while the man was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly after arrival. The coroner described him to be in his 20s to 30s. Authorities did not disclose additional information about the man who jumped from the building.

Police said the man who accompanied Kahle was uninjured.

Laurel McFarlane, Kahle's friend and boss over at McFarlane Promotions, said Kahle was on a second date with a man she met online, as per KFMB-TV. The two reportedly went to the zoo earlier that day and out to dinner the night of her death.

"She was a young, vibrant girl who had her whole life ahead of her," McFarlane told KGTV.

In a social media tribute, McFarlane recalled her memories mentoring Kahle, whom she said was like a daughter to her.

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"I watched as she grew and made changes in her life; the type of changes that I wish I had dared to do when I was her age. She lived life with zest and always pushed herself beyond her comfort zone to lead the best life she could," McFarlane wrote.

"Not only did she gain incredible strength over the past eight years, she surpassed her mentor. I would sit in awe of her incredible bravery and fearless choices. She was only in her 20’s, but I was so excited to see what she would accomplish over the next decade of her life," she continued.

According to McFarlene, Kahle was an organ donor and helped save multiple lives.

Flowers, photos and cards were placed near the intersection where the tragedy occurred. A celebration of life for Kahle will be held in the coming weeks.

Representation. Police said Kahle was walking along the East Village with a date when an unidentified man jumped from the ninth floor of a parking structure and landed on her. Pixabay