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Terrible incident: a resident of Texas died decorating the house for Christmas

According to reports, 39-year-old dad from Texas died from injuries sustained as a result of a “strange accident” by hanging Christmas lights, writes NY Post.

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Felipe Gallegos owned a window cleaning business. On the day of the tragedy, he and his wife and son decorated the client’s house with Christmas lights, but at some point he suddenly fell and broke his skull.

His wife, Alisha Fick, said that during the holiday season they earn extra money by installing Christmas lights on the houses. On that day, they hung holiday lights to a third client. Alisha and her son were in the front yard when she heard a loud noise in the back yard where her husband worked.

“We heard something, and I ran there. He lay on concrete and said: "Help me, help me." I called 911, ”said the wife of the deceased.

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A man with multiple injuries was sent to a local hospital, where he died from a head injury.

“He had a skull fracture and a brain hemorrhage, as well as a chest fracture. They [physicians. - Ed. Forumday] had to drain the blood from his chest. They started an emergency operation, but did not have time, ”said Alisha.

She admitted that she was still in shock, and called the incident a “strange accident” because her husband had several years of experience working on roofs.

“He was just a wonderful person and always made everyone laugh,” she added.

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