Thursday night, 14 News spoke to the family of the young woman who jumped to her death from the Casino Aztar Parking Garage.
Police have ruled 19-year-old Natalie Kamp's death a suicide.
The 19-year-old jumped from the sixth floor of the garage around 2:30 Wednesday afternoon.
Thursday night, her family shared new information with us, as they mourn the loss of Natalie.
"Natalie was loved and well received by everyone she ran across or met," said Natalie's father, Kenny Kamp.
19-year-old Natalie was studying history at USI. Her family, shocked by her suicidal jump..
"There were no warning signs, I never saw this coming," Kenny told 14 News.
Natalie's father says his daughter and her boyfriend, 22-year-old Eric Stucker, were at the Casino Aztar parking garage when Natalie jumped.
Kamp believes his daughter may have taken drugs. Toxicology results aren't expected back for about three weeks.
Investigators say, after Natalie's fall, Stucker took off in Natalie's car. He was later arrested on a felony warrant on an unrelated case.
Police have not linked him to Natalie's death.
The Kamp family is mourning the loss of Natalie, who they say was good student and caring sister.
"Gorgeous girl, beautiful girl, was well liked and well received by everyone, everyone loved her," said Kenny.
A young woman who will be missed.
The Kamp family is grateful to those who have offered a hug or a shoulder to lean on.
"Thanks everyone for your support, for your love and for your prayers," said Kenny.
Kamp's wake, for friends and family only, is scheduled for Friday at Ziemer East. Her funeral is set for Saturday at Holy Rosary.
There is help available for those who are thinking about suicide or know someone who is.
Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare has a suicide prevention initiative in place. Psychologists say Vanderburgh County historically has had a high suicide rate.
Experts say talking things out is one of the best ways to prevent a suicide.
"Open up some dialogue that's the best resource for that person to tell you what's going on with them," said Donna Culley with Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare.
There is a 24-hour hotline to talk with a counselor. That number is 812-422-1100.
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