EXCLUSIVE: & # 39; How could he have fallen into it? & # 39; Ex-gardener's wife killed when he was sucked into a WOOD CHIPPER, fearing he took his own life because & # 39; he secretly had a broken heart & # 39;
- Samuela Cirivakayawa, 40, died in a horrible lumberjack incident
- Colleagues at the time moved a car to the north of Sydney
- Returned to find Mr. Cirivakayawa missing – and blood on the machine
- Police and authorities for safe work investigate whether it was an accident
- His ex-wife suggested that Venaisi Nadore said the incident & # 39; suspicious & # 39; layman
- Suggested that he might have taken his own life in a creepy way
How did he die? Police and safe working NSW investigates how gardener Samuela Cirivakaywawa, 40, died. Above, he is seen with ex-wife Venaisi Nadore, who is afraid he died of suicide while waiting for answers
The ex-wife of a man who died in a horrible lumberjack incident fears that he has taken his own life because of & # 39; love sorrow & # 39; or & # 39; things that are not going well & # 39 ;.
The tree-grower from Sydney and the Fijian migrant Samuela Cirivakayawa, 40, died during a work as a runner in the north of the city on a Saturday morning last month.
He fed branches into the machine at Lindfield when he apparently was & # 39; dragged in & # 39; while police sources said it seemed to have been a tragic accident.
Mr. Cirivakayawa destroyed nine-year-old former husband, Venaisi Nadore, told Daily Mail Australia that she & # 39; couldn't believe it & # 39; when a friend sent her the devastating news.
Mrs. Nadore said she believed his death & # 39; suspicious & # 39; was stunned by the idea that he could have fallen into the machine.
& # 39; Looking at the machine … how could his body go in? & # 39; she said. & # 39; Did he want the machine to suck in his hand or what? & # 39;
She believed he could have taken his own life: & # 39; He must have had a broken heart and he felt he could not share it & # 39 ;.
Samuela Cirivakayawa died after allegedly falling into this wood chipper (above) in Lindfield, on the north coast of Sydney, on the morning of Saturday, September 9
A wood chipper similar to the species that claimed the life of Mr. Cirivakayawa last month is pictured above (stock image)
The case is still being investigated by both NSW Police and Safe Work NSW.
A police spokeswoman declined to comment on the theory of the ex-wife. The police are preparing an assignment for the state of Coroner.
Mrs. Nadore said that the body of her former husband had yet to be returned to Fiji and that family members had bickered about it.
She said that Mr. Cirivakayawa had broken off his relationship with her after an affair with a woman who had lived in Fiji.
He then migrated to Australia, where he worked as a lopper about six months prior to his death. His foster parents recently died, she said.
"He came to Australia to bury his father and later found a job – because the salary for giving jobs in Fiji is quite low," said fellow colleague Saula Watson Buro last month.
The 40-year-old (top) worked as a teacher in Fiji. He had recently moved to Australia to start a new life and worked as a lopper
Police at the scene of the horrific incident near Cromehurst School in Lindfield last month
On the day of the tragedy, September 9, two colleagues working with Mr. Cirivakayawa had allegedly left the scene to move a car.
They returned and discovered that Samuela was missing – and found blood on the machine in a disturbing discovery.
A spokeswoman for the SafeWork-NSW said the agency's investigation is ongoing.
It is clear that authorities have two years after an incident to take enforcement decisions.
A young gentleman Cirivakayawa (front row) at the education college with friends, including Saula Watson Buro (rear row, left)
For Mrs. Nadore, the heartache continues. & # 39; I felt so sad because I was married nine years before him & she said.
& # 39; Nine years, you really know that person in and out.
& # 39; For him, leaving me is really painful, but I wouldn't think of him in a bad way. & # 39;
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