Disney World employee, 22, jumped to her death as police and her mother desperately searched resort

AUTHORITIES have released the name of the woman who jumped to her death from a Disney World parking garage last week.

Jasmine Lena-Keturah Samuels, 22, was identified as the woman who fell over 50 feet to her death at the family-friendly resort, shortly after the former Disney employee was reported missing by her mother. Jasmine Samuels (above) jumped to her death from a Disney World parking garage Credit: Linkedin Multiple eyewitnesses saw Jasmineas she plunged to her death at the resort (scene of the fall above) Credit: Twitter Delores Samuels contacted police on March 4 and said that her daughter was missing after she fled from her mother’s car after they entered Disney World .

“Delores said she was waiting for a parking space on the second floor of the Lime Garage in row six or seven when Jasmine ran out the car towards Disney Springs to the escalator because she just did not want to wait,” reads the incident report filed by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

The mother went on to tell police that her daughter “had [not] mentioned jumping off the parking garage” but was “diagnosed with ADD, Schizophrenia, and was currently taking medication.”

Delores said he daughter had taken her medication the previous evening, and did not seem to be in a bad state,

“Delores said Jasmine worked at Disney Springs at the valet over a year ago. Delores said Jasmine might try to pull money out of Partners Credit Union across the street because she stated in the past […]

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