A 24-year-old man jumped to his death from a parking garage at the Disneyland in California, police said — the third suicide at the theme park in less than a year.
Jonah Alexander Edwards leapt from the six-floor, 5,000-spot Pixar Pals parking structure in Anaheim on Wednesday around 9:30 p.m., according to a local Patch report.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Post has sought comment from the Anaheim Police Department and Disneyland.
It was the third suicide at the theme park since last December and the sixth since 2010.
A 46-year-old woman identified as Arizona mother and talented hairstylist Marney Schoenfeld plummeted to her death off the Mickey and Friends Parking Structure in February.
Police haven’t been able to determine whether she “jumped off or fell from” the six-level, 10,000-spot parking structure, though her death is reportedly being investigated as a suicide.
In December, a 51-year-old elementary school principal jumped to his death in an incident police deemed a suicide at the same garage, which was the world’s largest parking structure when it opened in 2000.
The jumper was identified as Christopher Christensen, 51, who had been the principal of Huntington Beach elementary schools for 22 years — and was due in court the next week on child endangerment and battery charges.
Following his death, his 26-year-old daughter said the“toxic” relationship her father shared with his “abusive” wife was what led him to end his life.
At least three other people have died from apparent suicides at Disneyland’s parking facilities between 2010 and 2016.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 50,000 people died by suicide in 2022 — 2.6% more than the year prior.
About 2% of suicides are the result of people jumping or falling to their deaths, the CDC reported. The grim figure means that in 2022, some 1,000 people took their own lives by jumping or falling to their death.
If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts or are experiencing a mental health crisis and live in New York City, you can call 1-888-NYC-WELL for free and confidential crisis counseling. If you live outside the five boroughs, you can dial the 24/7 National Suicide Prevention hotline at 988 or go to SuicidePreventionLifeline.org.