Supermarket worker, Malerato Harrison, passed away

Malerato Harrison was found with “fatal injuries” and passed away shortly. He had been crushed by cleaning products.

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An unexpected incident tragically caused the death of a SUPERMARKET worker in the middle of her shift.

Malerato Harrison a Woolworths employee who passed away while working last week is receiving a flood of condolences. In response to reports that she had been hurt, emergency personnel flocked to the shop in Jesmond Central, close to Newcastle in the NSW Hunter Region, at about 7.30 am on Friday.

Paramedics were called to the business, according to NSW Police, however, Ms. Harrison was later confirmed dead after suffering “fatal injuries.” Police do not see her death as suspicious and think she was killed when cleaning equipment was reversed upon her.

her friend Jessika Abra said on Facebook.

“I still can’t believe I’ll never see your big beautiful smile in person again or hear you laugh,” “You have touched so many people’s lives and made an impact on them. “ You’ve done so much for me without you probably even knowing and given me so much advice that I will always cherish“You don’t meet many people in life like you and I’m so blessed that I got to have so many memories and to have had such a beautiful friendship that I’ll always hold close to my heart forever.”

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Her other friend Lindsay Couper said:

“Thank you for being the most beautiful soul.” “You were. You are. You will always “Every time she‘d say their names, her eyes would just light up,” long-time friend Tiana Campbell told 9 News. “She thought the world of them.”

A Woolworths spokesman said,

“deeply saddened by the tragic incident”. “We are assisting SafeWork NSW and NSW Police as well as working with our contract cleaning partner,”

About her early life and personal life

Malerato Harrison holds a South African nationality and she belongs to the black race.

Malerato Harrison Age

Malerato Harrison had migrated to Newcastle from South Africa with her husband and two children.