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Post by PeterMac on 06.04.15 16:10

This is priceless
http://www.msn.com/es-es/noticias/virales/muere-un-hombre-aplastado-por-la-lápida-de-su-suegra/ar-AAasG0v?ocid=mailsignoutmd

Un hombre de Pensilvania ha muerto esta semana tras ser aplastado por la lápida de su suegra. Se trata de un jubilado de 74 años que estaba adornando la tumba junto a su esposa cuando la piedra de 180 kilos se vino abajo sin darle tiempo a reaccionar.
El incidente ocurrió el pasado lunes en el cementerio de San José de Scranton, cuando es habitual que los estadounidenses acudan a los cementerios para visitar a sus fallecidos antes de la semana Santa.
Según explican los medios estadounidenses, Stephen Woytack estaba arrodillado mientras su esposa ataba un crucifico en la lápida, pero la piedra cedió y aplastó al hombre. El cuidador del cementerio, Ed Kubilus, acudió de inmediato al lugar, pero ya nada se podía hacer. "Llegué allí corriendo y la imagen era muy dura de ver. Ha sido muy trágico y no podía hacer nada", relata Kubilus a WNPE
Cuando la policía y una ambulancia llegaron al lugar de los hechos, lo único que pudieron hacer fue retirar la lápida de encima de Woytack y certificar su muerte.


A Pennsylvania man died this week after being crushed by the gravestone of his mother-in-law. This is a retiree of 74 years who was decorating the grave with his wife when the stone of 180 kilos collapsed before he could react.
The incident occurred Monday in the cemetery of St. Joseph of Scranton, where it is common for Americans go to cemeteries to visit their deceased before Easter.
According to explain the US media, Stephen Woytack knelt while his wife tied a crucifix on the stone, but the stone gave way and crushed the man. The caretaker of the cemetery, Ed Kubilus, went immediately to the place, but nothing could be done. "I arrived there running and the picture was very hard to see. It was very tragic and could not do anything," says Kubilus to WnPE
When police and an ambulance arrived at the scene, all I could do was remove the tombstone above Woytack and certify his death
.

She finally got him !

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Post by aiyoyo on 06.04.15 16:14

@PeterMac wrote:This is priceless
http://www.msn.com/es-es/noticias/virales/muere-un-hombre-aplastado-por-la-lápida-de-su-suegra/ar-AAasG0v?ocid=mailsignoutmd

Un hombre de Pensilvania ha muerto esta semana tras ser aplastado por la lápida de su suegra. Se trata de un jubilado de 74 años que estaba adornando la tumba junto a su esposa cuando la piedra de 180 kilos se vino abajo sin darle tiempo a reaccionar.
El incidente ocurrió el pasado lunes en el cementerio de San José de Scranton, cuando es habitual que los estadounidenses acudan a los cementerios para visitar a sus fallecidos antes de la semana Santa.
Según explican los medios estadounidenses, Stephen Woytack estaba arrodillado mientras su esposa ataba un crucifico en la lápida, pero la piedra cedió y aplastó al hombre. El cuidador del cementerio, Ed Kubilus, acudió de inmediato al lugar, pero ya nada se podía hacer. "Llegué allí corriendo y la imagen era muy dura de ver. Ha sido muy trágico y no podía hacer nada", relata Kubilus a WNPE
Cuando la policía y una ambulancia llegaron al lugar de los hechos, lo único que pudieron hacer fue retirar la lápida de encima de Woytack y certificar su muerte.


A Pennsylvania man died this week after being crushed by the gravestone of his mother-in-law. This is a retiree of 74 years who was decorating the grave with his wife when the stone of 180 kilos collapsed before he could react.
The incident occurred Monday in the cemetery of St. Joseph of Scranton, where it is common for Americans go to cemeteries to visit their deceased before Easter.
According to explain the US media, Stephen Woytack knelt while his wife tied a crucifix on the stone, but the stone gave way and crushed the man. The caretaker of the cemetery, Ed Kubilus, went immediately to the place, but nothing could be done. "I arrived there running and the picture was very hard to see. It was very tragic and could not do anything," says Kubilus to WnPE
When police and an ambulance arrived at the scene, all I could do was remove the tombstone above Woytack and certify his death
.

She finally got him !

Who?  The wife or the mum-in-law?
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Post by lj on 06.04.15 17:21

@aiyoyo wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:This is priceless
http://www.msn.com/es-es/noticias/virales/muere-un-hombre-aplastado-por-la-lápida-de-su-suegra/ar-AAasG0v?ocid=mailsignoutmd

Un hombre de Pensilvania ha muerto esta semana tras ser aplastado por la lápida de su suegra. Se trata de un jubilado de 74 años que estaba adornando la tumba junto a su esposa cuando la piedra de 180 kilos se vino abajo sin darle tiempo a reaccionar.
El incidente ocurrió el pasado lunes en el cementerio de San José de Scranton, cuando es habitual que los estadounidenses acudan a los cementerios para visitar a sus fallecidos antes de la semana Santa.
Según explican los medios estadounidenses, Stephen Woytack estaba arrodillado mientras su esposa ataba un crucifico en la lápida, pero la piedra cedió y aplastó al hombre. El cuidador del cementerio, Ed Kubilus, acudió de inmediato al lugar, pero ya nada se podía hacer. "Llegué allí corriendo y la imagen era muy dura de ver. Ha sido muy trágico y no podía hacer nada", relata Kubilus a WNPE
Cuando la policía y una ambulancia llegaron al lugar de los hechos, lo único que pudieron hacer fue retirar la lápida de encima de Woytack y certificar su muerte.


A Pennsylvania man died this week after being crushed by the gravestone of his mother-in-law. This is a retiree of 74 years who was decorating the grave with his wife when the stone of 180 kilos collapsed before he could react.
The incident occurred Monday in the cemetery of St. Joseph of Scranton, where it is common for Americans go to cemeteries to visit their deceased before Easter.
According to explain the US media, Stephen Woytack knelt while his wife tied a crucifix on the stone, but the stone gave way and crushed the man. The caretaker of the cemetery, Ed Kubilus, went immediately to the place, but nothing could be done. "I arrived there running and the picture was very hard to see. It was very tragic and could not do anything," says Kubilus to WnPE
When police and an ambulance arrived at the scene, all I could do was remove the tombstone above Woytack and certify his death
.

She finally got him !

Who?  The wife or the mum-in-law?
Both!

It was my first thought to when I read about it, but nobody else seem to make that connection.

Awell

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Post by aiyoyo on 06.04.15 19:58

@lj wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:
She finally got him !

Who? The wife or the mum-in-law?
Both!

It was my first thought to when I read about it, but nobody else seem to make that connection.

Awell

A dirty mind is a joy forever ...

I'd think it's his wife's way of getting even.  
What better way than crashing him with the gravestone of her mum !
She has the most to gain after all, the other half of the property for a start....

Wicked....I know....but.....
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Post by Varriott on 06.04.15 21:02

almost as if a prophecy is being fulfilled....
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