WATCH: Claudia Zobel Car Accident: Filipina actress died in road accident: The accident cases are not taking names to get a stop and from the past few months, the death cases due to the accident are constantly increasing. In this lineup, one more name was added who lost her precious life after being met with an accident and her demise news is a big loss for the entertainment industry. We are talking about the Filipina actress who passed away in a fatal road accident. Unfortunately, she lost her life during the days to her 20th birthday. Thelma C. Maloloy-on who was popularly known by her stage name Claudia Zobel was a Filipina actress. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Claudia Zobel Car Accident
On 10th February 1984, Maloloy-On was assassinated in a car accident in Makati, Philippines, days shy of her 20th birthday. On 27th August 2013, 29 years after her demise, the body of Zobel was exhumed to be relocated beside the remains of her father. Though, upon opening the casket, relatives discovered her body to be in a perfect mummified state, with information on her skin still clearly visible.
When her coffin was opened, relatives of Claudia Zobel, the Cebuana bold star were stunned. Her body and face appeared almost instant after her remains were exhumed from the Queen City Memorial Gardens in Cebu City. Relatives of the then 18-year-old celebrity-Thelma Maloloy-on in real life were expecting to discover only human bones 29 years after she was buried.
Similar cases have been reported in the cemetery, where saltwater sometimes seeps into underground tombs, preserving the human remains like a mummy. Zobel shot to fame when the Board of Censors banned her launch movie titled “Shame”. She made 4 films-Shame, “Sinner or Saint”, “Magdalena sa Buong Magdamag”, and “Uhaw sa Pag-ibig” (formerly titled Forbidden).
Her elder brother Ernesto Maloloy-on stated the family had wanted to transfer her skeletal remains and have them entombed with their late father. An air-tight casket can produce that effect, stated Renan Cimafranca, chief of the Department of Health Regional Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit.
He stated “When the casket is properly sealed, only a small volume of air can enter ensuing in lesser pathogens or bacteria that slows the decomposition of the body. When the body is exposed to utmost heat, there is less moisture and the body dries up.”
Claudia Zobel was known for her roles in films such as Bandido sa Sapang Bato (1981), Magdalena Buong Magdamag (1984), and more.