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How a Mom of 4 Named Delrie Rosario Died in a Freak Treadmill Accident at LA Fitness

A Kent family is mourning the loss of their beloved mother and wife, Delrie Rosario, who died in a freak accident at an LA Fitness gym on Monday. Rosario, 36, was a mother of four children, ranging from 3 to 18 years old. She was also a nurse and a devoted Christian who loved to help others.

How Did Delrie Rosario Die While Using a Treadmill at LA Fitness?

According to reports, Rosario was working out on a treadmill at the LA Fitness in Kent when she suddenly fell off and hit her head on a metal railing. She was rushed to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead.

The cause of her fall is still unknown, but her sister Marissa Woods suspects said she either fell after missing a step while trying to slow the treadmill, or collapsed. “She tried to slow the machine down. I thought maybe she just missed a step. She just collapsed, hit her head on the machine” Woods’ sister said in a public statement.

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Delrie Rosario Who Died at LA Fitness after Treadmill Accident Image Credit: Facebook

GoFundMe Page Setup for Delrie Rosario Has Raised Thousands of Dollars Already

Rosario’s family has set up a GoFundMe page to help with funeral expenses and other needs. They said they plan to honor their mother’s memory by living according to her values and faith. The GoFundMe post has raised almost $20,000 as of this writing. Her family described her as a hard working woman who was working two jobs to provide for her kids.

In the post organized by Noelle Meluskey was a messaging saying, “Yesterday Heaven gained an Angel and we sadly lost a great Mother, Daughter, Sister, Aunt and Friend. Delrie was an Angel walking amongst us here on earth and tragically her time was cut short with us here. Among the many incredible qualities she possessed, being an amazing Mother was top of the list. Heartbreakingly she has left behind four beautiful children”.

It continues saying, “She has been the main provider for these babies for a while now, working two jobs to make sure they have whatever they want and need. On behalf of the family, I am setting up this Go Fund Me to help provide financial support for her children: Delaino, Rickey, Ric’Kae and Delaiah and to ensure they are taken care of for their futures, Please help me, even in grief to make sure that these beautiful children have a positive life. Thank you”.

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GoFundMe Page For Delrie Rosario Who Died at LA Fitness after Treadmill Accident Image Credit: GoFundMe.com

How Often Do Deadly Accidents Happen at LA Fitness Locations?

LA Fitness is one of the largest and most popular health club chains in the United States, with over 700 locations and millions of members. However, it is also one of the most dangerous places to work out, according to some statistics. In the past five years, there have allegedly been several deadly accidents involving LA Fitness equipment, staff, and customers.

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), exercise equipment accounted for about 409,000 injuries in 2021, the most in any category of sports and recreation. Between 1990 and 2007, over 970,000 people were treated in emergency rooms for weight training-related injuries.

These statistics show that working out at LA Fitness or any gym can be risky, and potentially fatal. Therefore, it is important to be careful and aware of your surroundings when you exercise at these gyms.

You should also consult your doctor before starting any new fitness program, especially if you have any medical conditions or concerns. And if you witness or experience any accident or emergency at LA Fitness, you should call 911 immediately and seek legal help if necessary.

Let’s hope Delrie Rosario’s family can stay strong through this tough time. Make sure to donate to her GoFundMe if you can.

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