WhatsNew2Day
Latest News And Breaking Headlines

The Spanish truck driver was found dead in hundreds of liters of milk

Police start suicide investigation after the Spanish truck driver is found dead in hundreds of liters of milk in his delivery truck

  • The 63-year-old colleague & # 39; s found his body floating in hundreds of liters of milk
  • Researchers believe that death was an accident or suicide, and not a false game
  • Experts say it's hard to drown in milk, but he may have died from hypothermia

The Spanish police are investigating whether a dairy worker who was found dead in a milk tanker has taken his own life or whether his death was an accident.

The body of the 63-year-old driver, named in the Spanish media as José Rodríguez Amor, was found floating in hundreds of liters of milk in the city of Chantada, in the northwest of Spain.

The man had climbed aboard the truck to check his load, something that only trained personnel can do.

Although treated as an accident, researchers say they do not exclude the possibility of suicide until an autopsy reveals the cause of death.

A Spanish dairy worker was found dead in hundreds of liters of milk while working for a dairy company (the building of which is depicted)

A Spanish dairy worker was found dead in hundreds of liters of milk while working for a dairy company (the building of which is depicted)

The creepy found was made by the man's colleagues as they came to work at a milk factory in Chantada in Galicia, Spain.

They saw that the delivery man had his hatch open and when they looked inside, he saw the man's body float in the milk.

According to Spanish media reports, a shoe was found outside the truck that further deepen the mystery.

Experts say that it is very difficult to drown in milk, because objects float much more than in water because of the higher density.

A map with the milk factory where the driver worked before he was found dead

A map with the milk factory where the driver worked before he was found dead

A map with the milk factory where the driver worked before he was found dead

It is possible that the man spent a few hours in the tank and died of hypothermia because the milk is kept at a temperature of four or five degrees.

According to the Spanish media, the body showed no external signs of injury and the involvement of a third party was excluded.

The victim is considered Spanish and came from the Trabada district in Lugo.

He worked for the Chantada Lácteos Xabelo dairy company to collect milk from farms and bring it to milk processing centers, reports said.

. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) news (t) spain

Comments
Loading...