A woman hailing from Minnesota had survived what appeared to be a fatal fall from an 80-foot-tall cliff at South Dakota State Park. Authorities revealed that she came out alive except acquiring some minor injuries from the fall.

Minnehaha County sheriff's Sgt. Scott Dubbe revealed to ABC News that the incident took place Monday evening at the Palisades State Park, about 20 miles northeast of Sioux Falls.

The sole witness of the event, Scott Dubbe also added that the 28-year-old woman loitered around the side of the cliff several times before she hit the Split Rock Creek in the tragic fall.

Rescue teams pulled her from water and sent her to the hospital for treatment. She sustained only minor injuries, as per the sheriff's office.

Right after the incident, the sheriff's office issued a reminder saying, jumping from rocks into water is prohibited at South Dakota State Park.

In a similarly distinguishable incident that was reported by The Washington Post in 2018, a woman named Angela Hernandez survived a plummet from a 200-foot-tall Oceanside cliff in Central California. The 23-year-old woman from Portland, Oregon didn’t remember anything from the fall even though she hit her head and fractured her collar bone. Following the incident, Hernandez wrote in a Facebook post, “The past week has been unlike anything I've ever experienced in my entire life,". She plunged into the cliff after veering her SUV off road.

In another incident that took place on October 30, 2018, an Indian couple Meenakshi Murthy and husband Vishnu Vishwanath fell to death from an 800-feet-tall cliff below ‘Taft point’ in California’s Yosemite National Park. They were known to be the daredevil couple posting gutsy Cliffside pictures in Instagram and their Travel blog named HolidaysandHappilyEverAfters.

In this representational image, a stand-up paddle boarder heads out into the waves near the cliffs of La Jolla, California, Jan. 20, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake