The Mahoning County Coroner has released the identity of a woman who fell to her death early Thursday afternoon near Lanterman's Mill at Mill Creek Park. 

Youngstown Fire Department Batallion Chief, Chad Manchester told 21 News the woman, identified by the Coroner's Office as 74-year-old Renee Moye of Christiansburg, Virginia fell near the Canfield Road / Rt. 62 bridge at Mill Creek Park near Lanterman's Mill.

The incident occurred as Moye was hiking with her granddaughter. 

Manchester tells 21 News Moye was found dead in the ravine near the mill after falling around 40 to 50 feet to her death. Manchester tells 21 News crews had to reach her by rope. 

“All of the spots we had to access, we had to access by rope," Manchester said. "So, we were able to get firefighters down there initially very quickly. Then, the removal involved rope rescue as well."

Chief Manchester said they have specialized trucks that train more often than other departments involving these types of rescues. The department trains regularly on these types of rescues involving ravines, towers, and other high-angle rescues.

"It’s part of the all hazardous approach training we undergo with fire training," Manchester added. Humidity and heat became an issue for crews during the rescue, with fire crews ensuring the rescue teams stayed properly hydrated. 

The bridge on Canfield Road was closed as crews investigated but has since reopened.

“Our crews did a great job, but it, unfortunately, doesn’t end well all of the time,” Manchester concluded.

The incident remains under investigation by the Mahoning County Coroner's Office and Mill Creek Park Police.