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A MAN Guilherme Chiapetti cracked his skull and died after falling 8 meters onto rocks while taking a selfie at a popular waterfall, police said.

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Guilherme Chiapetti, 22, suffered multiple fractures and head injuries after hitting his head at Cachoeira da Onça, a beauty site in Brazil.

Guilherme was already passed out when rescuers arrived to resuscitate him at the foot of the falls on Saturday.

The fatal accident took place in an isolated and hard-to-reach location for Marshal Cândido Rondon in southern Brazil.

The victim’s father, Adriano, told reporters that his son really liked the photos.

According to local media, Guilherme posed for a selfie at the top of the waterfall when he slipped and fell to death from a height of over 10m.

Friends and eyewitnesses on the scene desperately provided first aid until firefighters finally reached the seriously injured man.

He was taken to the intensive care unit at Bom Jesus de Toledo Hospital in a coma, but died early Sunday morning without regaining consciousness of his serious injuries.

Guilherme is said to have had a bright future as the owner of a thriving motorcycle business in town.

His grieving father told local media that his son has been to the waterfall several times because it is one of his favorite places.

Nature lovers often took pictures there.

Photos taken on a previous visit in December 2019 show a happy Mr. Chiapetti standing on rocks in the waterfall as water rushes over him.

He was planning his weekend with two friends when the tragic incident happened.

According to rescuers, the place where he fell is difficult to access and they had to walk a long way to reach the waterfall.

Once there, they had to shrink the slippery rocks to save him and pull him before transporting him to a waiting ambulance.

Her heartbroken aunt Ivani wrote online: “If I had known this kiss was the last you would give me, I would have hugged you more and kissed you more.

“Go in peace, my angel. God greets you with open arms.”

The devastated resort workers also expressed their condolences on the waterfall’s official social media page.

“Rest in peace, Guilherme! May God comfort your family and give them strength in such a sad time, ”the message says.

A troubled friend wrote: “It’s hard to fathom that this is everyone’s trip and Guilherme Chiapetti finished his trip despite his young age.

“God knows everything, even if for the moment we don’t understand and it’s hard to believe, rest in peace, Guilherme.

“God needed an angel by his side.

“Strengthen Adriano Chiapetti, my great friend, my brother, because I know the love you have for your children and the great father that everyone is, but God needed an angel by your side.”

The Paraná Basketball Federation (FPRB), of which Guilherme was a member, also posted a letter of condolence on social media.

He said: “The FPRB very much regrets the loss of young basketball player Guilherme Chiapetti. Rest in peace !!”

In 2018, The Sun reported that between 2011 and 2017, more than 250 people were tragically killed in selfies.

A mother of two was killed moments after taking a smiling selfie on her bike in London in October 2016.

Two years ago, a British tourist and her Australian boyfriend died 30 meters away and took a selfie while inspecting a beach in Portugal.

And in January 2020, the family of a British Instagram model who died on a famous selfie cliff called it “the end of our world.”

Madalyn Davis, 21, fell 100 feet after scaling a fence to pose for a sunrise photo in Diamond Bay, near Sydney, Australia.

In July this year, a young mother slipped off a 150-meter cliff and died while trying to take a selfie on Oykha Hill near the village of Kochergino in the Krasnoyarsk region in western Kyrgyzstan. Russia.