Zoe Snoeks Wiki – Zoe Snoeks Biography
Zoe Snoeks was a woman from Belgian who plunged 100 feet to her death after posing for a selfie on the edge of a cliff during a trip with her husband, according to a report.
Snoeks slipped off the precipice near the village of Nadrin in the province of Luxembourg on Tuesday and landed in the Ourthe River, Newsflash reported, citing the public prosecutor’s office.
She was 33 years old.
Zoe Snoeks Falls From 100ft
Snoeks was posing near the village of Nadrin in Belgium’s Luxembourg province on Tuesday morning while touring the country with her husband, Joeri Janssen.
The keen explorer, who lived in the province of Limburg with her school sweetheart whom she married in 2012, slipped and plunged into a river below when his back was turned.
In Luxembourg Province, the public prosecutor’s office said she slipped on the cliff edge and fell into the Ourthe River.
Police, firefighters, and scuba divers rushed to the scene along with a medical helicopter from Bra-sure-Lienne, and the rescue team later found her body.
Her husband, Joeri Janssen, whom she married in 2012, told the outlet that they headed to the scenic site on Sunday in their camper van.
“Since the pandemic, it was our little thing to drive across Europe in our van and take beautiful photos,” he said.
The couple, who traveled with their dogs’ Joy and Ivy, had planned to return to their home in the province of Limburg on the day of the tragedy.
“We got up very early to take pictures of the Herou,” he told Newsflash, referring to a 4,600-foot-high rock face that rises almost vertically above the Ourthe River. “There is almost always mist there. It’s great for photos. We arrived before 9 a.m.”
He said his wife snapped photos on the edge of the cliff when “she told me to look out for the dogs.
“I turned to the dogs and told them to wait. When I turned back to Zoe, she was no longer there. She had just vanished. It must have happened in less than five seconds,” Janssen said.
“I didn’t see or hear anything. No rustling, no screams or shouts. I looked up and saw only dust,” he said. “I called her even though I knew it was hopeless. The chasm was several tens of meters deep.
“I immediately called the emergency services but had almost no network. They didn’t understand me, even though I speak a little French,” he said, adding that he rushed to the nearby Le Belvedere Hotel to seek help.