Pregnant aspiring model having a photoshoot on railway track crushed to death by train

Pregnant aspiring model having a photoshoot on railway track crushed to death by train

A pregnant aspiring model, Fredzania Thompson(pictured), met her untimely death about 72 hours to her birthday while having a photoshoot on a railway track at Navosta City in Texas, United States.

Read also: CEMETERY WORKER SUSPENDED AFTER POSING FOR PHOTOGRAPH WITH DEAD BODY HE EXHUMED

Thompson’s death occurred on Friday, about 72 hours to her 20th birthday, which was marked posthumously at the site of the accident by her bereaved family and friends who gathered to pay tributes to the teen on her birthday.

Reports said Fredzania was killed by an oncoming freight train near the intersection of Hollister and Lee Street in downtown Navasota after she became stuck between two railroad tracks where she was posing for a photo shoot on Friday afternoon.

The photographer was reportedly not hurt in the accident.

 


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