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A California woman died Friday after her dress got caught in raisins a machine, according to police.
Yaneth Lopez Valladares, 33, was said to be the removal of contaminants from the manufacturing plant, when a piece of loose clothing getting caught, then throws him into the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
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The deputy he was with the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office to take pictures of the scene.
(Fresno County Sheriff’s Office)
Deputies were initially called to the facility, and to the South, Indianola Avenue at about 11 a.m. on reports of an “industrial accident”, after two of the employees will witness Valladares pulled into the machine. Immediately turn off the machine, but it was too late.
The enforcement of the law, that they had died after “severe injury” to the material.
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She has worked at the facility for two years. As a researcher in the Department of occupational Health and Safety reported to the scene to take over the business.