Four months after Chris Cornell‘s shocking death, his widow is continue searching for answers.
On Friday, Vicky Cornell flew to Detroit to meet by the medicinal examiner who set the rocker’s the reason dying was suicide by hanging, PEOPLE could confirm.
The Blast was the premier to report the break news & had photos of her arriving at the airport.
In June, the rocker’s wife unlocked up to PEOPLE exclusively about her husband’s intemperance & death.
RELATED VIDEO: Chris Cornell’s Wife, Vicky, Opens Up About The Rocker’s Death: ‘He Didn’t need To Die’“My Chris was happy, loving, caring & warm,” she said at the time.
Kenneka Jenkins’s dying Ruled ‘an Accident,’ medicinal Examiner’s Office Says
The dying of 19-year-old Kenneka Jenkins of Chicago was caused with hypothermia after she went inside a walk-in freezer in a hotel final month, the Cook province medicinal Examiner’s office said Friday.
“The manner of dying is accident,” the coroner said in a statement.
Martin searched for her daughter at the hotel which day, & police eventually declared Jenkins missing.
Her body was found the following day in a walk-in freezer in a portion of the hotel which was under renovation.
The picture doesn’t display the method Jenkins got into the freezer, prompting widely circulated conspiracy theories which she was murdered.
Kenneka Jenkins dying Ruled An Accident with medicinal Examiner
The dying of Kenneka Jenkins at the Crowne Plaza hotel has been set an accident, the medicinal examiner’s office reported in a statement.
The office said which Jenkins died of hypothermia from exposure to cold in the hotel’s walk-in freezer where she was found on Sept. 10.
According to the autopsy report, Jenkins had mucosal erosions, a type of lesion which indicates which she suffered from hypothermia.
But the autopsy report indicated few Symptoms of internal & external trauma.
Jenkins was laid to rest final weekend, while further than 1,000 people showed up to tell their final farewells to the 19-year-old.
Medical examiner: dying of infant in South Shore ruled homicide
Medical examiner: dying of infant in South Shore ruled homicideThe Cook province medicinal examiner’s office has ruled the dying of a month-old girl who was found unresponsive Saturday morning in the South Shore neighborhood a homicide with assault.
Officers replied about six a.m. to the 6700 block of South East End, where the infant was announced unresponsive, according to Chicago Police.
The infant, identified as Toriella Turpin, was taken to Comer Children’s Hospital, where she died at 6:42 a.m., according to police & the Cook province medicinal examiner’s office.
An autopsy Sunday found the girl died of blunt force hurts of the head from an assault, the medicinal examiner’s office said.
Area Central detectives unlocked a dying investigation, & extra details on the circumstances of her dying weren’t available.
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