Couple falls from cliff after taking selfie photo as witnessed with their young children aged 5 and 6 in the Cabo de Roca mountain, a popular coastal tourists destination in Lisbon, Portugal for viewing oceans and waves. They plunged deep into the ravine for about 260 feet and their bodies were later recovered by responding local authorities.
The couple after touring the top of the hills with ocean views started taking selfie photo when they slipped in a dangerous spot passing the protective barrier, and fall down deep below the hills. Their children are now in custody with Polish officials and currently receiving psychological care and are expected to be reunited with family members who are en route to Purtugal.
Cabo de Roca is the most western point of Europe, looking out over the Atlantic Ocean.