Mother strangled by her food processor when her scarf gets caught in it while she makes a cake with son
Mother is strangled by her food processor when her scarf gets entangled in it while she makes a cake with her 15-year-old son in France
- Mother, 58, died when her scarf got caught in the food mixer at home
- She baked the cake with her son in Saint-Etienne, in the east of central France
- Woman died around 10.30 am on Sunday despite actions by emergency services
A mother died after being strangled by her food processor when her scarf got stuck in the machine while she was making a cake with her 15-year-old son.
The woman, who is not mentioned but is said to be 58 years old, was at her home in the La Metare district of Saint-Etienne, a town in the east of central France in the Auvergne-Rhones-Alpes region.
The mother died on Sunday around 10.30 am when the scarf she was wearing got caught in the food mixer while she was making a cake with her 15-year-old son, according to firefighters and police.
A mother died after being strangled when her scarf got stuck in a food mixer while she was baking a cake with her 15-year-old son. (Stock image – There is no suggestion that this brand of food mixer was involved in the accident)
The teenager, who reportedly & # 39; in a panic & # 39; was hit, called the emergency services and was told that he had to disconnect the device and cut his mother's scarf.
Arrived firemen and ambulance crew tried to breathe new life into the mother, but she died tragically despite their numerous attempts to save her.
The incident occurred while mother and son were making a cake in the kitchen.
The make and model of the device are unclear.
The only witness to the incident, the son of the victim, explained to police officers what had happened.
The authorities are set up to perform an autopsy to confirm the precise cause of death.
The city of Saint-Etienne in Eastern France (stock image). The mother was reportedly with her son in the La Metare district in the eastern central French town
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