Naima Rharouity’s death last January at Montreal’s Fabre Metro station was caused by her scarf getting caught in the escalator, Quebec’s coroner has found.

In a report released Thursday, the coroner detailed the circumstances leading to Rharouity’s death and made a series of recommendations about improving safety in the Montreal Metro system.

According to the coroner’s report, Rharouity’s scarf, coat and hair got stuck in the escalator. The injuries she sustained when her hair got stuck in the escalator contributed to her death.

“The woman was strangled by her scarf and her scalp was lacerated by the teeth of the escalator before the machine stopped,” the report concluded.