(Mirror Daily, United States) – A Mount Carmel woman met her untimely death on Sunday morning after her hand got stuck in clothing donation bin. Coroners declared that the woman died due to a combination of blunt trauma and hypothermia, as she stood with her hand stuck in the donation bin for at least six hours.
Judith Permar, a 56-year-old woman from Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania passed away on early Sunday morning, after spending the night outside in the cold. The woman’s lifeless body has been discovered by a passerby.
According to the authorities, at approximately 2 a.m., the Mount Carmel woman arrived at the clothing donation bin located on Route 54, in order to drop off some clothes. The deceased woman’s daughter said that Permar would often get up in the wee hours of the morning in order to donate clothes or other items to those less fortunate.
On that portentous morning, the 53-year-old Mount Carmel woman went to the clothing donation bin in order to make a donation. The authorities declared that the bin’s door was pretty high off the ground, forcing the woman to use a stool in order to reach it.
The woman got on the stool, as usual, opened the door, and dropped the clothes inside the bin. However, upon trying to descend, the Mount Carmel woman must have lost her balance. The authorities declared that the flimsy stool must have slipped from underneath her feet. At the same time, the bin’s door closed down, trapping the woman’s arm.
According to the preliminary investigations, it would seem that the woman must have remained in that awkward position for at least six hours before dying. The Mount Carmel woman’s lifeless body was discovered by a passerby on early Sunday morning, and the autopsy’s results were posted on Monday.
The Coroner’s Office ruled out homicide and labeled the case as an accidental death. According to the post-mortem report, the woman died due to a combination of blunt trauma and hypothermia.
Permer’s untimely and tragic death shocked her family and the entire Mount Carmel community. Michelle Podpora declared that she drove by the same clothing donation bin at around 5 p.m., but she didn’t see or heard anyone.
Since her mother was always donating to various charities, her daughter though it was for the best to organize an open funeral service. Anyone who wishes to attend Permer’s funeral, the service will be held at the Stutz Funeral Home (40 South Market Street) at 10 a.m.
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