Mystery surrounds the death of a woman who is first trapped in a Melbourne charity bin
- A woman was found first with her head in a charity bin northwest of Melbourne
- A passer-by discovered the lady who was trapped from the waist down on Sunday
- Paramedics ran to the stage, but were unable to bring the woman to life
A woman died after her body was taken out of a trash can in Melbourne.
The victim was found in the waist of a Moonee Ponds parking lot by a passer-by on Sunday from 11 a.m.
The passerby rushed to the rescue and called an ambulance.
A Melbourne woman dies after being trapped with her head in a charity waste bin (photo) sometime on Sunday morning
Paramedics ran to the parking lot on McPherson Street before attempting to revive the woman.
The unidentified woman could not be brought to life and was pronounced dead on the spot.
Victoria Police confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that the incident was not treated as suspicious and a report is being prepared for the coroner.
A passerby called an ambulance who rushed to the charity in Moonee Ponds, northwest of Melbourne, but unfortunately the woman could no longer be brought to life (Victorian ambulance shown)