Edith Pandur, 88, killed when car crashes off cliff at Edgewater Park in Cleveland on May 25.
The woman who died after a car careened off a cliff at Edgewater Park Sunday has been identified.
Edith Pandur, 88, of Medina, died at the Perkins Beach area about 1:30 p.m. Sunday, the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner said.
The car Pandur and her daughter were in plummeted over the edge of a cliff in the park's western end, landing upside down on boulders about 30 feet below. The car never hit the water, Cleveland fire department assistant chief Brent Collins said.
The collision trapped the daughter's arm underneath the dash board. Collins said she was talking to rescuers as they cut her from the vehicle. Firefighters then took her by boat to Edgewater Marina, and paramedics rushed her to MetroHealth Medical Center.
EMS dispatchers said she was taken in stable condition.
Pandur was pronounced dead at the scene.
Investigators are still trying to determine what caused the car to run over the cliff's precipice. Collins said officials were not certain who was driving.