How did Broadway Singing Coach die, and what was her cause of death?: With a heavy heart, we are sharing the passing news of a broadway singing coach. As stated by authorities, A beloved 87-year-old singing coach passed away on Tuesday, (15th March 2022) from wounds she suffered in an “unprovoked, senseless attack” last week in New York City. Her passing news is also officially confirmed by her grandson. The police said that Barbara Maier Gustern was pushed from behind by an unrecognized lady on the night of 10th of March as she stood outside her flat on Manhattan’s Lower West Side. Gustern hit her head and was admitted to the hospital. At the time of the incident happen, the suspect runs away. Follow More Update On CmaTrends.com
How did Broadway Singing Coach die?
AJ Gustern, the grandson of Gustern declared in a Facebook post-Tuesday that his grandmother had passed away. He wrote that “We have lost one of the brightest little flames to ever grace this world. Bobbob, I love you so much, you are and always will be my heart.”
The police said that the lady was suspected of shoving Barbara Maier to her demise is still wanted. The attacker, who had long curly hair and wore a long black jacket, “crossed the street and pushed the 87-year-old lady in an unproved senseless attack,” James Essig, the New York police chief of detectives, informed reporters on Tuesday. He further added that “We are asking the help of the public in solving this disgraceful and disgusting offense committed against a helpless, elderly female who was doing nothing but walking down the streets of New York City.
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“So please, anybody with any details on this person on her location call 1-800-577-TIPS.”
In a Facebook post dated Saturday, AJ Gustern stated his grandmother had been intubated and unconscious since the attack, and she suffered “traumatic damage to the left side of her brain.” AJ Gustern said in the post that “Should she awake, she will most likely suffer speech issues and maybe not able to move her right side. It is a very severe wound.”
The death of Gustern comes at a challenging time for New York as the city grapples with increasing crime rates. As of the 1st week of March, major crimes were up 47% since the beginning of the year, compared to the same time last year, data from the New York Police Department shows. The officials of the city have also called for new safety measures to fight a recent spate of subway attacks after many people have been pushed and assaulted onto the tracks.