Woman's Leg Crushed by Falling Headstone While Having Sex in Cemetery
HAMILTON – A woman who may have been engaged in sexual activity in a township cemetery Tuesday evening was injured when a tombstone fell on her leg, police said.
The 39-year-old woman was not badly hurt, and the administration of Ahavath Israel Cemetery declined to press charges, according to police.
The woman was with a male friend in the graveyard off Cedar Lane just before 7 p.m. visiting the grave of a relative. When the two engaged in some “extracurricular activities,” one of the grave markers rolled onto the woman’s leg, Capt. James Stevens said.
The woman was taken by ambulance to Capital Health Regional Medical Center for treatment. Police did not know the extent of her injuries.
Cemetery management was contacted, but no criminal investigation of the two was launched after the administration decided not to file a criminal complaint.
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