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Man Dies Under Trapped Car as Bystanders Rob Him

Phoenix, Arizona - A father in Phoenix tragically lost his life after becoming trapped under his family's car while attempting to repair it. The heartbroken family of Jeronimo Garcia Guerra has revealed that instead of rushing to his aid, bystanders chose to rob him. Guerra remained trapped for hours before someone finally called 911 and the police arrived.

According to the family, when the police reached the scene, they discovered that not only had thieves stolen everything from Guerra's pockets, but they had also looted the car he was working on and even stolen the vehicle he arrived in. The disturbing incident occurred in a parking lot just two miles from Guerra's family home.

Monica Garcia, Guerra's daughter, explained that her father had driven her car to the parking lot after her own vehicle broke down. He arrived at around 9:45 a.m., but it wasn't until noon that the police were called. Nobody knows exactly when the car fell on top of Guerra or how long he had been trapped underneath.

Although her car was later found abandoned not far from the scene, Garcia emphasized that the focus should not be on the robbery. She emphasized that her father was someone's husband, a grandparent, and a beloved friend, and losing him was an immeasurable loss.

As of now, the police have not made any arrests in connection to the incident, and their investigation is ongoing.

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Country music icon Mark Chesnutt is recuperating after undergoing an urgent quadruple bypass heart surgery. The announcement was made by his team through an Instagram post on Wednesday, stating that Chesnutt was admitted to the hospital on Sunday before the procedure. Chesnutt, known for his unique voice and honky tonk style that has been a mainstay in the country music scene for over three decades, was hospitalized due to a serious heart condition that necessitated the emergency operation. His recovery process will force him to cancel forthcoming performances, and his team has requested privacy during this difficult period.

In the same Instagram post, Chesnutt expressed his regret over the show cancellations and thanked his fans for their support. He stated, “I regretfully announce the cancellation of my upcoming shows. I extend my heartfelt thanks to my family, friends, band, and fans for your understanding, prayers, and support, and eagerly anticipate seeing you all again soon at a honky tonk near you.”

Before his hospitalization, the “Brother Jukebox” singer had been actively touring various cities and had a summer tour in the works. Chesnutt’s health scare comes after a hospital visit in November 2023 for a medical check-up, the details of which have not been disclosed.

The revelation of Chesnutt’s health problems follows fellow country music artist Carly Pearce’s disclosure about her own heart condition. Pearce, recognized for her hit “We Don’t Fight Anymore,” recently revealed on social media that she has been diagnosed with pericarditis, a condition marked by inflammation and irritation of the thin tissue surrounding the heart, often causing severe chest pain.

Pearce has been open about her health challenges, reassuring fans that she is taking the necessary measures to manage her condition while continuing to perform. She stressed the importance of paying attention to one’s body and taking health issues seriously.

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