Following the accident, which happens in Sao Jose dos Pinhais, Brazil, her husband Daniel Cayuela is taken to a hospital and undergoes two surgeries in his shoulder.
AceShowbiz -Brazilian influencer Julia Hennessy Cayuela has passed away. The social media star was killed after being involved in a tragic motorcycle crash in Sao Jose dos Pinhais, Brazil on Thursday, July 15. She was only 22 years old.
As reported by Brazilian newspaper O Tempo, citing the Federal Highway Police of Parana and Ecovia, the influencer and her husband Daniel Cayuela were traveling along the highway when they collided with a truck. The police explained that the truck was crossing lanes when the motorcyclist collided with the side of the vehicle. The cause of the collision, however, is still being investigated.
According to the outlet, Julia was transported by helicopter to a nearby hospital, where she was later pronounced dead. Her stepfather Jeronimo Onofre confirmed to local news G1 that she passed away in the early hours of Friday, July 16. “We were at our house, me and my wife, Julia’s mother, when the hospital called with the news,” he recalled. “We got a flight and, at midnight, we were in Curitiba. She died around 1:00 A.M. We are desolate, in shock, a very difficult time. Julia was my daughter since she was 6. We are suffering.”
Julia’s husband Daniel was also taken to a hospital following the motorbike crash and underwent two surgeries in his shoulder. “[Daniel] didn’t know [about Julia’s passing],” Jeronimo said to the outlet. “We decided to tell him together, as a family. Daniel is in a state of shock, crying a lot, not believing what happened, they were very united and in love.”
Funeral service for Julia was held in Contagem on Saturday, July 17. Her final Instagram post before the accident showed her and Daniel wearing their helmets and motorcycle jackets while posing in Capao Bonito. “Life is short, let’s be crazy,” she captioned the post. “Me, You, God and the road. Your dreams are mine too @danielcayuela.”
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