Popular tourist spot is closed after a visitor died in the park under ‘non-suspicious’ circumstances
- Morialta Conservation Park north east of Adelaide is closed on Saturday
- Police had advised people to ‘avoid the area until further notice’
- Locals heard police helicopters overhead at 1am Saturday morning
- The police confirmed that there has been one death in the park
A popular tourist park has been closed after a late-night incident turned into tragedy.
SA Police confirmed an incident was being investigated on Saturday at Morialta Conservation Park, northeast of Adelaide.
In a post shared to Facebook around 7am, police said the park had closed and urged people to “avoid the area until further notice”.
Residents in the area said they heard the police helicopter flying over the park around 1 a.m.
“We had helicopters flying around for hours from 1:30 a.m.,” one woman shared.
SA Police confirmed an incident was being investigated on Saturday at Morialta Conservation Park (pictured), northeast of Adelaide
Residents in the area said they heard the police helicopter flying over the park around 1 a.m
Just before 11 a.m., police confirmed the situation had been resolved and announced that there had been one death.
SAPOL told NCA NewsWire there were no suspicious circumstances.
The park is scheduled to reopen shortly.
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