Stephanie Espinosa Death – The quick streaming virus waters of snow dissolve in the Sierra might have added to a unintentional passing at Lake Tahoe where a lady tumbled from the highest point of a well known cascade last end of the week.
Stephanie Espinosa, 35, lived and worked in Benicia. It was Friday evening when she was partaking in the view around 150 feet above Emerald Bay at Lake Tahoe.
At the highest point of Eagle Falls, she swam in one of the pools when she went after a branch and lost her balance. She evaporated over the falls. Salvage and jump groups later discovered her body. Introductory reports showed she might’ve been taking photographs, yet her family says that was not the situation.
Her companion and colleague Gina Santana, was on the outing with Espinosa.
They even kayaked this end of the week at Lake Tahoe before the mishap around 2:30 p.m. on Friday.
Espinosa’s mom, Rachell Julien, portrayed her girl as “the most wonderful, unique individual you’d at any point meet. She was stunning. She raised her two young men and Marissa and my own girl.”
Espinosa worked for quite a long time as a teacher at Blake Austin school in Vacaville and left to open a spa in Benicia one year prior called “The Purple Door Esthetics.”
Santana, her colleague, said many Espinosa’s previous understudies are crushed and have been calling to communicate their sympathies saying Espinosa was a motivation.
The family has begun a GoFundMe page to assist with supporting the two children she abandons.