A 26-year-old Albertan tragically fell from the rocks above the seawall in Vancouver's Stanley Park and died last Sunday evening. It doesn't seem like the fall was suspicious, and police say there are indicators of it being accidental. There's no information out yet about what he was doing in Stanley Park, but VPD are currently investigating the man who fell off Vancouver's seawall.\nPolice and ambulance services arrived at the scene before 8:30 p.m. last Sunday evening, said Sgt. Aaron Roed to Narcity. Unfortunately, the man didn't survive the fall.\nThe site of the incident was just below Prospect Point of Stanley Park's seawall. Prospect Point is one of the highest areas in Stanley Park and its cliffs are fenced off for safety.\nCTV News reports the man allegedly hopped the fence before falling to his death.\nWe don't know the specifics of how, when, why, or where exactly the man fell to his death right now. Roed said VPD is working together with the B.C. Coroner's service to piece together the case.\nAll we currently know is that the death appears accidental.\nTook a really bad fall on my run. Slipped on seaweed and debris from the windstorm that was happening. Sprained my already bad ankle whilst going face first into the seawall. I have a nice bump. Also, fuck this city, no one stopped to ask if I was ok and I was down for a while. pic.twitter.com/42f86RjeC7— Corinna (@corinnaliscumb) February 1, 2020\nThe Vancouver seawall is a popular tourist attraction, running the length of Stanley Park into False Creek. Its 5.5-mile length is frequented by runners and bikers throughout the year and is among the city's most popular sites.\nSnap of West Vancouver and Ambleside Beach taken from Prospect Point in Stanley Park. pic.twitter.com/7PlOGW0sTF— Vote Dem for the Planet (@Brasilmagic) October 21, 2017\nThat being said, the seawall is not without its dangers. The unnamed Albertan was not the first to fatally fall here.\n"I imagine people who aren't from this area don't know how steep and treacherous that area is," said Roed to CTV News.\nBiking season Prospect Point , Stanley Park #supernaturalbritishcolumbia pic.twitter.com/rtZMsvR8ca— Frank Giustra (@Frank_Giustra) May 20, 2018\nWhile the specifics of the situation are currently unknown, now's a good time to remind tourists and Vancouverites alike to be cautious when out and about.\nThe city has some of the highest bike-related accidents in the world, and some of these situations are entirely preventable.