SA Police and emergency crews raced to the Whispering Wall after witnesses reported seeing the pair fall over the edge.

A man and a baby girl have died after falling over the edge of the Whispering Wall at the Barossa Reservoir.
Emergency services were called to the tourist attraction about 4.30pm on Wednesday after witnesses reported seeing the pair go over the edge and fall to the ground below.
When patrols arrived, they found a deceased man and an infant who was unresponsive, SA Police said in a statement.
Paramedics worked on the infant but sadly, she died at the scene.
Detectives and forensic crime scene investigators are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident.
The Whispering Wall in the Barossa Valley. Credit: 7NEWS
Ambulance crews seen at the Whispering Wall on Wednesday. Credit: 7NEWS
SA Police said, at this stage, no one else is being sought over the deaths.
Police will be preparing a report for the State Coroner.
The Whispering Wall is a 36m retaining wall of the Barossa Reservoir, just outside Williamstown, north of Adelaide.