I have found a news report (posted yesterday) regarding her murder: (I highlighted her cause of death)
The police have yet to identify the perpetrators who killed a female graduating student who was found dead last Monday morning in Barangay Guimbangcoan, Sibonga town in southern Cebu.
Genevieve Jabello, 21, was identified by her father, Joselito, a farmer from Consolacion town in northern Cebu.
Genevieve was a scholar at the Cebu Technological University in Argao town and was supposed to graduate with a degree in Animal Science this school year.
Although she was a resident of Barangay Panas, Consolacion, she stayed in a boarding house at Barangay Cambanua,Argao.
PO1 Jemechiel Gemang of Sibonga police station said Joselito went to a funeral home in CarCar City to identify his youngest daughter, who suffered from a gunshot wound in her left chest.
Around 8 p.m on Sunday, residents in Barangay Guimbangcoan heard two successive bursts of gun fire before the body of Genevieve was found around 7 a.m on found in a grassy area.
Some drivers of motorcycles for hire saw a Sports Utility Vehicle entering Barangay Guimbangcoan, about 1 kilometer away from the town proper.
Ginang, sinumpong ng sakit na epilepsy nahulog sa balon... patay.
Patay ang isang ginang na sinasabing may sakit na epilepsy matapos itong sumpungin ng sakit habang nag-iigib ng tubig at mahulog sa 100 talampakan na lalim ng balon nitong Sabado ng umaga.
Tumagal ng apat na oras ang retrieval operation sa biktima na nakilalang si Alexis Plaza, 22anyos at Brgy. Sto. Cristo, San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan dahil nahirapan ang rescue team.
Nasa 100 talampakan kasi ang lalim ng balon at nasa 2 talampakan lamang ang lapad kayat gumamit pa ng breathing apparatus ang rescue team para marating ang katawan ng biktima at makabitan ng harness bago naiahon.
Bukod sa pagkakalubog sa tubig ay may malaking sugat sa ulo ang biktima at iba pang bahagi ng katawan ng maiahon.
Wala namang nakikitang foul play ang mga otoridad sa nasabing insidente.
Balak na rin daw ng mga residente doon na takpan na ang naturang balon upang maiwasan na maulit ang naturang insidente.
Woman, suffered from epilepsy, fell to the well... dead.
An epileptic woman died after suffering from a bout of illness while harvesting water and then fell to 100-foot-deep well this Saturday morning [May 9, 2015].
The retrieval operation lasted for four hours for the victim who was identified as 22-year-old Alexis Plaza, of Brgy. Santo Cristo, San Jose del Monte, Bulacan [Philippines] because the rescue team were difficult [to retrieve her].
The well is 100 feet deep and 2 feet wide, so the rescue team needed breathing apparatus to approach the victim's body and installed her with harness before pulling up.
Aside from staying underwater, the victim suffered from major wound to her head and other parts of her body when her body was recovered.
The authorities found no foul play on the said incident.
Residents are planning to cover that well to avoid that incident again.