Woman dies after getting trapped inside Toronto clothing donation bin

Woman dies after getting trapped inside Toronto clothing donation bin

"They try to crawl in, but the further they go they get more stuck", he told CTVNews.ca during a telephone interview from Kelowna, B.C. on Tuesday.

"We're all just devastated".

'She knew everyone here and everyone knew her and she's going to be deeply missed'.

There have been at least eight deaths related to people attempting to get inside donation bins in Canada since 2015.

Maria Ventura also remembered Chrystal as a friendly face around Sistering, who was often eager to share a hug.

Emergency crews were called around 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday to an apartment tower at 730 Dovercourt Rd., near Bloor Street, after receiving reports that a woman was inside the bin that sits in the building's parking lot, CBC.ca report.

First responders performed CPR on the woman but she was pronounced dead at the scene, according to Global News.

"I believe the municipal government has a duty to make sure proper rules are in place to make sure the drop boxes in our city are safe", Tory wrote in a letter to the committee chair.

He expects the review won't take long, but did not indicate a specific timeline for completion and recommendations to be acted upon.

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Chu said the city doesn't allow donation bins on city property, except for the ones at the Eco-Centre recycling depot on Still Creek Avenue. "We are in direct communication with police on this matter".

"We have asked staff to put additional monitoring of the bins and make sure they're not accessed illegally, and also causing safety concern to people using the bins", Lambert Chu, Burnaby's city manager, tells NEWS 1130.

Taheri said they also need to take into account the colossal expense of physically transporting them, storing them, and later returning them to their original locations.

Vancouver Fire Rescue spokesperson Jonathan Gormick.

Remarkably, she is the seventh Canadian person to die in similar circumstances in recent times.

The city is in the process of contacting five organizations whose bins have the same type of opening as the Inclusion BC bin where the man got stuck.

"Shut them all down", she said.

"They get stuck there".

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