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Envisioned: Female motorcyclist was learning STUNTS when she went flying over handlebars and fell three stories to her demise from top deck of LA shopping center carport

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Maribel Espitia was recognized by companions as the one who collided with the mass of the carport at the Westfield Valencia Town Center in Santa Clarita on Monday

She went over her cruiser’s handlebars and fell three stories
She was figuring out how to ride the bike, while likewise endeavoring to do stunts
The leaving deck is filled were tire imprints and shopping center representatives said it is a known objective where drivers perform ‘doughnuts’ with their vehicles
‘Words itself couldn’t portray how unadulterated and charitable she was, she left us all way too early,’ composed companion Destiny Gonzalez on a GoFundMe drive
A young lady tumbled to her demise from a California parking structure after she flipped over her handlebars while learning motorbike stunts.

Maribel Espitia was recognized by her companions as the motorcyclist who kicked the bucket in Valencia on Monday, as per KHTS AM 1220.
Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner has not formally affirmed her character since they couldn’t contact her family.

Police say she either failed to keep a grip on the bike or couldn’t slow down prior to colliding with the mass of the parking garage carport at Westfield Valencia Town Center in Santa Clarita.

Two men and two ladies had been performing stunts on the stopping deck with their cruisers, which is scraped with tire tracks, before her demise. Shopping center workers said the carport is a known objective where bikers perform ‘doughnuts.’

A burial service will be held for Espitia on Thursday at Infiniti of Valencia where she filled in as a secretary, as per KHTS.

Although she was not identified by authorities because the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner could not reach her family, Maribel Espitia (pictured) was identified by her friends as the motorcyclist who died in Valencia on Monday

Although she was not identified by authorities because the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner could not reach her family, Maribel Espitia (pictured) was identified by her friends as the motorcyclist who died in Valencia on Monday
Motorcycle tread marks scuff up top deck of parking garage where Espitia allegedly learning to ride a motorbike fell to her death

Motorcycle tread marks scuff up top deck of parking garage where Espitia allegedly learning to ride a motorbike fell to her death

The motorcycle that Espitia allegedly used was retrieved by police after responding to the scene at Westfield Town Center in Santa Clarita

The motorcycle that Espitia allegedly used was retrieved by police after responding to the scene at Westfield Town Center in Santa Clarita
Emergency medical services are pictured responding to the scene of the accident

Emergency medical services are pictured responding to the scene of the accident

‘I know friends want to teach people, but if you’re that interested, take a professional course,’

Sheriff Department Sgt. Dave Shoemaker said.

‘My best friend Maribel Espitia was in a tragic accident and lost her life,’

wrote Destiny Gonzalez in the GoFundMe’s description.

‘Anyone who knew or met Maribel knew that she was an exceptional person who you only meet once in a lifetime.’

‘Words itself can’t even describe how pure and kind hearted she was, she left us all way too soon,’ Gonzalez wrote.

‘Anything that can be donated to help with her funeral cost or other expenses would greatly be appreciated. All donations will be given to her parents Susana and Sergio Espitia.’

Since the fundraising initiative was launched on Tuesday, it has raised $13,736.

The woman riding a motorcycle fell three stories from top level of the three-story mall parking garage (pictured)

The woman riding a motorcycle fell three stories from top level of the three-story mall parking garage (pictured)
Female motorcyclist dies after falling from mall parking garage
Authorities received a 911 call relating to the incident at around 5p.m., after witnesses allegedly saw the woman fall.

The Sheriff’s Department is working with the mall to find video evidence of the incident to see what actually happened to the woman.

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