Trapeze artist, 29, trapped in Spain throughout lockdown dies after falling and hitting her head throughout follow

Trapeze artist, 29, trapped in Spain during lockdown dies after falling and hitting her head during practice

A TRAPEZE artist trapped in a Spanish city due to the coronavirus pandemic has died after falling throughout a follow session.

Guadalupe Videla, 29, from Uruguay, smashed her cranium on the bottom in a freak accident within the city of Beasain, within the north of the nation.


Guadalupe died after falling throughout a follow session whereas on lockdown in northern Spain[/caption]


The 29-year-old handed away after falling round 5 ft and hitting her head[/caption]

The gymnast plunged round 5 ft and missed the protection mat by inches.

She was rushed to hospital however died hours later.

The accident that led to her dying occurred as she was practising for a brand new present with different acrobats.

Circus director Pele Rossi insisted Guadalupe could not have died if she had fallen from a better top.

He mentioned: “If she had been larger up when she fell she would have had time to twist spherical.”

Guadalupe had been stranded within the city, east of Bilbao, since March with Il Circo Italiano – an organization she had solely just lately joined.


A police investigation is underway into her dying.

Circus bosses paid tribute to Guadalupe on social media, writing: “An angel left us.

“We are going to at all times miss the way in which she made the unimaginable attainable.

“Our ideas and prayers are along with her household. Guadalupe will at all times be in our hearts.”

Devastated pal Paola Tapia mentioned: “Beat your wings and fly so excessive the place unhappiness by no means reaches you.

“We’re going to miss you a lot. My coronary heart is damaged however you’ll inform me, ‘My pal don’t cry.”

In addition to Spain and Argentina, Guadalupe’s love of the circus had taken her to international locations together with Panama.

Her devastated colleagues are hoping to begin performing in Beasain firstly of June as soon as an easing of lockdown restrictions permits the circus to re-open.


The gifted performer, initially from Uruguay, had been stranded within the city of Beasain as a result of coronavirus lockdown[/caption]


Guadalupe’s mates and colleagues have paid tribute to the ‘angel’ trapeze artist[/caption]