Authorities have identified the woman who died on Sunday after jumping from a cliff at Spitting Caves as Shannon Nunez. She was a sailor from Patrol Squadron 4, based at Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe, according to Navy officials. A spokesperson for the Medical Examiner's Office said the cause of death is pending further study, which could take six to eight weeks.
"This is one of the most beautiful and dangerous places in Hawaii," said State Rep. Gene Ward (R, Kalama Valley-Hawaii Kai).
Ward wants to educate people about the danger through social media and the military. He also supports a fine for jumping into the ocean at Spitting Caves and wants to change signs at the entrance.
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