Alarrah Lawrence asphyxiation perth now, Good Sammys bin baldivis news
Mum died as a result of being 'trapped' inside a charity clothing bin in a shopping centre parking lot.
A mother who died after becoming trapped inside a charity clothing bin in a shopping centre carpark has been identified.
A mother has been identified as the woman who died after becoming "trapped" inside a charity clothing bin in a shopping centre carpark in Perth's southern suburbs.
Alarrah Lawrence, 33, was believed to be peering into a Good Sammys bin when she became stuck and most likely died of asphyxiation.
Police, firefighters, and paramedics were dispatched to the Stockland Baldivis shopping centre carpark shortly after 5 a.m. on Tuesday following the grisly discovery.
“They might notice someone trapped inside the bin,” a police spokesman told NCA NewsWire.
According to reports, neighbours discovered the mother of one next to a Norseman Approach carpark.
Police are still on scene, which has been cordoned off.
Ms Lawrence approached the bins alone around 1.40am, according to Rockingham Detective Senior Sergeant Andrew Elliott.
“Based on our preliminary investigation, it appears to be a non-suspicious death in which a person died tragically as a result of extremely unfortunate circumstances,” he told reporters.
“It appears as though she became trapped in the bin and was unable to free herself.”
A report for the coroner will be prepared.