A Woman managed to dial 911 from her Apple Watch after she was buried alive by her husband
A horrifying incident has been claimed to have occurred in the United States, in which a woman had to be rescued by emergency services after her husband had buried her while she was still alive. After her husband, Chae Kyong, who was 53 years old, had bound her arms and legs with duct tape and buried her alive in a small grave in the woods nearby, a lady named Young Sook, who was 42 years old, was able to dial 911 using her Apple Watch. Chae Kyong was 53 years old. According to a story by The Daily Beast, she had been stabbed in the chest before her body was thrown into the cemetery. The article also states that her body was put in the grave.
The pair were going through the divorce process when her husband allegedly killed her because he wanted to keep his pension money all to himself. The couple had been going through the divorce process. It is rumored that the husband served in the armed forces in the past. According to the article, they had been fighting for some time, and the husband had allegedly kidnapped his wife before making an attempt to kill her.
The operator of the 911 service reported that the female caller “could not talk” and sounded “gagged.” According to the statements made by the operator in the affidavit, there were sounds of “banging and battling.” The authorities were successful in locating the cellular tower, but instead of going there, they were told to go to her house. According to the report, she was not at home when the police came, but they observed “evidence of a commotion” inside and found that the front door was unlocked.
According to the report, the police found out after doing some background research that there was a “previous history of domestic violence” and that “the woman had a no-contact order against her husband—which it turned out had been rescinded by the courts.” Both of these facts were included in the report. Having said that, the husband is rumored to have a habit of “coming over once a week to wash his laundry” at the residence. She was able to contact emergency services via her Apple Watch despite being duct taped and subjected to an attack by her spouse. Since the call came from the house, the police were sent there to find out what was going on.
After some time had passed, the woman dug her way out of the shallow grave and went to the home of an unidentified person. The entire scheme was discovered once the police got to the scene. The individual was taken into custody and is currently being held in the Thurston County Jail without bond. During a court hearing, the lawyer for the spouse told the judge that it is “very likely” that his client, a veteran, has “some service-related mental health disorders that will probably end up being treated later.”
A counterclaim was made by the lady in the affidavit, in which she stated: “.. that the husband told her he would rather kill her than give her his retirement money.” She claimed that the man “did intelligence for the United States military.”