Head Trauma Kills Survey Monkey CEO
A Mexican state official last Friday revealed that the death of David Goldberg, Survey Monkey CEO was an exercise accident, that resulted in of severe head trauma leading to the fatality. This occurred in Punta Mita, a Mexican resort town.
The Four Seasons Resort, Punta Minta is reportedly the site of the incident. Goldberg and his family had checked in on April 30. Surprisingly, management of the resort reports the incident did not take place on any of their properties and that Goldberg was not a registered guest.
The deceased was the husband of Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook executive. According to the official, Goldberg went out to exercise around 4 pm, never to return. Family members, after waiting in vain for his return, took to the streets in search of him.
According to the report, Goldberg slipped on the treadmill and, unfortunately, hit the machine. Though they were fortunate to have found him at about 6: 30 pm, it was very unfortunate he was motionless at the time. It was apparent that the lower back of his head has suffered a blow. He was found lying in a pool of blood, by the treadmill in a gymnasium;
The official who made this revelation on the basis of anonymity further revealed that Goldberg had signs of life until he gave up the ghost at a Nuevo Vallarta hospital. He mentioned the hypovolemic shock and severe head trauma as the causes of his death.