- Brazilian influencer Júlia Hennessy Cayuela died in a motorbike accident, G1 and O Tempo reported.
- Cayuela, 22, was transported alive to a neighborhood hospital however died from her accidents.
- G1 reported that freeway authorities suspect the accident concerned a truck crossing lanes.
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Brazilian influencer Júlia Hennessy Cayuela died in a motorbike accident whereas touring throughout the nation together with her husband on July 15, Brazilian media shops together with G1 and O Tempo reported.
Cayuela was a 22-year-old influencer with over 335,000 Instagram followers. According to her Instagram bio, Cayuela had been an influencer for seven years and was a scholar learning biomedicine. On her Instagram account, she ceaselessly documented features of her life and her research. She was married to Daniel Cayuela, an entrepreneur and influencer with over 110,000 followers on his own Instagram account, and in keeping with G1, lived in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais.
“Life is brief, let’s be loopy,” she wrote in Portuguese in her ultimate Instagram put up, which exhibits her and her husband in bike helmets.
G1 reported that the accident concerned a truck that the Brazilian Federal Freeway Police stated they believe was crossing lanes on the BR-277 within the metropolitan area of Curitiba.
Cayuela was rescued alive and brought to the Hospital do Cajuru in Curitiba however died of her accidents within the early morning on Friday, July 16, according to G1. Her husband was additionally taken to the hospital together with his personal accidents, as Women’s Health and People reported.
O Tempo reported that household and associates held a service for Cayuela on Saturday, July 17, in Belo Horizonte.
Jerônimo Onofre, Cayuela’s stepfather, instructed G1 that the household was at residence in Belo Horizonte after they discovered concerning the accident and instantly flew to Curitiba after the hospital contacted them. Onofre stated that the household instructed Daniel, Cayuela’s husband, about her dying.
“We misplaced my daughter, my love, she was going to graduate this 12 months in biomedicine, she was on the lookout for a spot to open her personal clinic, that is all very unhappy,” Onofre instructed G1 in Portuguese. “God gave her to us, God took her away from us.”
Daniel Cayuela didn’t instantly reply to Insider’s request for remark.
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