A man is dead after being found stuck in a donation garment in West Vancouver on Sunday morning.
The first respondents received a call just before 8:30 in the morning by a medical officer who discovered the man near Amblizide Park at the intersection of the 13th street and Avenue Bellevue, according to Const. Jeff Palmer, a police spokesman for Vancouver.
Palmer said the man did not react and got stuck in the opening of the trash bin. The paramilitaries tried to revive him, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.
Donations are found in the parking lots along the Vancouver subway. Lattices are designed to store goods inside and be protected, but if a person is trapped in the mechanism, they can be restricted and killed.
B.C. Coroners is investigating death, but Palmer said there are no indications of any banned game.
"It seems to be a very tragic but accidental death," Palmer said.
The family of a 34-year-old resident of Vancouver was notified of his death, but his identity was not released.
Palmer said there were no other injuries or deaths in containers in Western Vancouver
In July, a woman in her 30-year-old died after being stuck in a West Sydney clothing box from Vancouver, and a man was found dead in Surrey after being caught in a clothing donation box near Guildford in 2016 .