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Posted by Trini Kid - - 1 comments

Sup Travellers?! We all love cars right? It's one of the best means of short distance transportation ever invented. However, a car can turn into a friggin hell hole when left in the sun for too long. I'm sure most of us have experienced that hellish heat. So imagine being stuck in that heat for hours. Well, a California teen named Graciela Martinez experienced that hellish heat, but sadly she didn't live to tell the tale.

14 year old Graciela Martinez was found dead inside her brother's BMW on Wednesday. Police said that she may have fallen asleep in the car. The car was parked outside Madera South High School in Madera, California. "She was a nice person. She came from school and then [went] to work, and then after work she would help my mom around the house," Martinez's sister, Patricia, said. "She didn't have... problems in school or anything."


Authorities told ABC News that faulty locks in the car likely caused Martinez's death after she was unable to get out of the vehicle. Autopsy results suggest Martinez died from "environmental hyperthermia" or heat stroke.

My condolences to the family on their tragic loss. No one would have expected it, and it's not like Graciela's brother spitefully left her in the car to die. The car just had a faulty locking system that she fell victim to. No charges have been made and it is likely that no charges will be made. The incident was an accident. RIP Graciela Martinez. My name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.

One Response so far.

  1. so she couldn't break the glass and u telling me no one in her family notice her missing and they say she so nice ???