A woman died while trying to access a clothing donation box California this week, the authorities said. According to The Los Angeles Times, police found an unnamed woman dead and partially trapped in the door of a clothing donation box in suburban Los Angeles on Thursday morning.

Authorities reportedly arrived at the scene in the Santa Clarita neighborhood of Los Angeles around 9:58 a.m. and found the 61-year-old victim, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The report said the woman’s “upper body” was trapped in a metal donation box. Lt. Dan Wolansky of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to the publication that the woman was pronounced dead at the scene.

“She crawled in there,” he said. “I don’t know if she lost anything in the dumpster or not, but she was reaching for it when she got trapped.”

There are still few details about the circumstances of the woman’s death and the fact that she was near the donation box. The sheriff’s department is reportedly still investigating the woman’s death and does not know how long she had been there before she was found.

Woman’s death still under investigation, believed to be ‘accidental’

The time the woman was trapped in the box has not been confirmed. KTV informed. Police, who did not name the victim, said there were no signs of foul play and have not named any suspects. KTLA-TV.

According to reports, this tragedy is currently being investigated as an accidental death.