‘Macho Man’ Savage
July 1, 2011 by Post Team
‘Macho Man’ Savage, Death of Macho Man Randy Savage was a shock for fans of wrestling. Such were the results of the autopsy, the ex-Pro Wrestler. They suggest that the dead are not 58 years old, a car accident, but of heart disease. “The accident had nothing to do with his death.” William Pellan, director of investigations for the Pinellas-Pasco Office of Forensic Medicine in Largo Florida, told Tampa Bay Online. “He just happened to drive when he had a cardiovascular event.”
The stunning paintings find a picture of what might have happened on May 20 when the Jeep in the former pitchman Wrangler Slim Jim half crossed the road before crashing into a tree.
“He may have had a heart attack,” said Pell. “He may have had some type of arrhythmia and heart stopped beating, or your heart may have simply stopped beating.”
Pellan said the autopsy showed no evidence of a heart attack, he died immediately. However, he showed his arteries were 90 percent blocked, according to the St. Petersburg Times.
Heart disease, also called coronary artery disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. It is a condition in which blood vessels that pumps blood and oxygen to the heart narrow, resulting in chest pain or life-threatening heart attack or heart failure. Heredity may be a factor, especially if a family member has a history of heart disease before age 50, but diabetes, high blood pressure, too bad LDL cholesterol, kidney disease, and smoking are risk factors.
Savage autopsy also found traces of alcohol and hydrocodone (Vicodin). But the coroner’s office says it has not contributed to the fall. Their level of blood alcohol was well below the legal limit in 0031, and the drug in his blood was in a non-abusive “therapeutic levels” according to the Times.
Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.