Davy Jones Autopsy
April 6, 2012 by staff
Davy Jones Autopsy, His death in February came as a shock to fans around the globe. And while it has now been confirmed that The Monkees singer Davy Jones died of a heart attack he also had cannabinoids in his system, according to the autopsy report, TMZ reports.
The singer, who passed away aged 66, had the chemical compounds in his system – but it not clear if they were from smoking marijuana or not.
The drug did not play a part in his death and the toxicology report did not show any other drugs in his system.
Jones passed away on February 29 at his home in Florida.
The 911 call his assistant placed prior to his death was released shortly after his passing and she is heard pleading for an ambulance to ‘hurry.’
The unidentified female suggests it might be quicker to put the singer into a truck and drive to the hospital.
The tape plays the tragic moments before the lead singer of The Monkees was pronounced dead.
On March 1 Martin County Medical Examiner revealed the official cause of death was an abnormal heart rhythm caused by coronary artery atherosclerosis (effectively a massive heart attack).
Jones complained of breathing troubles early in the morning and was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead, Rhonda Irons, spokeswoman for the Martin County Sheriff’s Office confirmed.
Earlier this month two of the remaining The Monkees band members joined family members to pay tribute to the late singer at a special musical evening in New York.
Annabel Jones, 23 and half sister Talia 43, embraced on stage at the end of the concert which saw Monkees drummer Micky Dolenz, 66, and 70-year-old bassist Peter Tork perform some of the band’s iconic hits.
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