Widow’s ‘healing’ trip to Hawaii turns tragic when she dies after falling off cliff

A Kentucky widow died on what was supposed to be a “healing vacation” to Hawaii after her husband’s death, according to reports.

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Jamie “Nicole” Redmond Baker, 37, of Louisville fell from a cliff Thursday while visiting the popular hiking destination known as “Chutes and Ladders” on the island of Maui, said Hawaii News Now and the Lexington Herald-Ledger.

Jamie “Nicole” Redmond Baker, 37, of Louisville, K.Y., died after falling off of a cliff in Hawaii during her "healing vacation" meant to cheer herself up after the death of her husband.

Jamie “Nicole” Redmond Baker, 37, of Louisville, K.Y., died after falling off of a cliff in Hawaii during her "healing vacation" meant to cheer herself up after the death of her husband. (Facebook )

The mom, who had been climbing along the shoreline, plunged about 75 feet to her death around 11:30 a.m.

She was airlifted to an area along a nearby highway where emergency crews attempted CPR, but she was pronounced dead at the scene, officials said.

Baker leaves behind a 3-year-old daughter, whom she often traveled with to Hawaii after her husband died in 2017, according to the Lexington Herald-Ledger.

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“This was a healing vacation for her and her small child. RIP Nicole,” her friend Jessica Lynn wrote on Facebook, according to the news outlet.

This report was originally published in the New York Post.