Two tragedies in just under three months for the same family. The 79-year-old man who died last Sunday in a container in Vicálvaro (Madrid) is the grandfather of the 20-year-old who died on September 15 when he was hit by a kamikaze on the M-50 in Madrid. José María, who was going to turn 80 on Tuesday, died of a heart attack after being trapped by the waist in an orange garbage container while trying to check if he had recycled well.
The event occurred in the early morning of day 1 in front of the number 15 of Raya Street, in the neighborhood of Valdebernardo. The 79-year-old man was checking the inside of the orange waste container when he accidentally got caught at the waist, legs in the air.
Everything indicates that he tried to leave and suffered a heart attack. The man went down to throw the garbage around 11 pm on Saturday and when he returned home he was left in doubt if he had thrown the garbage in the right place since there was another orange container for another type of waste. He went down to the street and when trying to take the garbage the tragedy ensued. The deceased's family went down almost an hour later and they found the man inside the container and with his feet out. The doctors could not resuscitate him.
José María had lost his grandson Víctor López on September 15 when he was on the M-50 to go to work. An alleged Kamikaze crashed into his car at a speed exceeding 200 kilometers per hour. The 35-year-old suicide driver almost quadrupled the allowable breathalyzer rate. He is imprisoned for a crime of manslaughter and another of reckless driving for which he can be sentenced to 15 years in prison.
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