The British astrophysicist who vanished while out on a run on a Greek island died instantly from head wounds “consistent with a fall from a height,” a coroner announced Thursday morning. Natalie Christopher was found dead Wednesday in a ravine about 66 feet deep, in a mountainous area of Kerame St. Kirikos in Ikaria, Greek national police tweeted. CNN has reported that Christopher, 34, was on vacation with her partner but wasn’t home when her partner woke up Monday morning. Her partner phoned her and he said that she told him she went out for a run, but when she did not return for several hours he reported her missing. Police said the couple was on the last day of their three-day vacation. Christopher is the second scientist to go missing while on a run in Greece in the past month. U.S. scientist Suzanne Eaton was attending a conference on the island of Crete when she disappeared in July. Her body was later found and a 27-year-old man confessed to her murder.