The emergency services at South Australia were informed after a man and his daughter was found dead at the Whispering wall in Williamtown on Wednesday around 4:30 pm. A bystander who was there when the incident happened said that, he saw the man and his daughter falling from the dam wall.
When the emergency services and the police got there, they found the two of them lying on the ground but they were not responsible. The man was died at the scene and the paramedics tried to revive the infant but she did not survive. According to the the South Australia police the baby too died at the scene.
A witness said he saw the man and his daughter moving on the edge of the wall and and all of a sudden they fell to the ground according to the police. The coroner will make a report and the police said they are not seeking anybody else in relation to the death.
The Whispering wall is a 36 metre-high retaining wall which is in Barossa Valley South. It serves as a reservoir and because of its unique acoustic effects many people have been coming there to see it. When someone whispered at one side, another person too will hear it at the other side which is more than 100 metres away. Kids also like coming to visit the place to test its abilities.
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