Virginia López Severiano perished after becoming entangled in an industrial food mixer.
The 44-year-old mother became trapped within the machine and was evacuated to a hospital, where she died as a result of her wounds. She was cleaning the bread-making machine at the hour of the occurrence. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has stated that it will conduct an investigation into what occurred.
The Selma Fire Department stated that responders basically disassembled the machine to pull the victim out. When officials arrived on the scene, half of her corpse was within the machine. According to a statement released by Selma police, it took an hour to extract her from the bread-making machine.
Her daughter, Miriam Amado-Lopez, wrote in a Facebook post that her mother is the finest mother a girl could have. She taught her tenacity, the value of hard effort, and what genuine love felt like. Her mother’s life was not easy from a young age. She began working at an early age to support her family and finally chose to travel hundreds of thousands of miles to offer her family a better opportunity at a better life.
Her mother was also characterized as kind, amusing, foolish, hard-working, gorgeous, a provider, a nurturer, and the foundation of their family.
A GoFundMe page has been created to assist the family in raising finances. “She was a well liked lady in the neighborhood,” stated Gerado Rodriguez, the campaign’s organizer. “Every single dime will go straight to them.” As of Thursday, the GoFundMe has raised more than $7,500, exceeding its initial $5,000 target.
Rest in peace beautiful angel. Deepest condolences to the family.
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