Winehouse Autopsy

July 26, 2011 by Post Team 

Winehouse AutopsyWinehouse Autopsy, Reports of the singer Amy Winehouse’s autopsy could not determine what killed her, leaving her fans and family devastated. His funeral will be held on Tuesday. Further toxicology tests are needed to determine the cause of her death and the results are expected in two to four weeks, according to the Metropolitan Police. The funeral will take place today, according to Jewish tradition in Golders Green, north London, and the Daily Mail

“The funeral will take place on Tuesday and will be a matter of family and close friends,” said a family spokesman. A coroner official in London said there was no suspicious circumstances in the death of the singer 27 years old, who was found dead Saturday in her London flat by her security guard, reported the Daily Mail “She (Amy) was identified by her family here at St Pancras this morning. A section of 20 post mortem was conducted today and has been sampled for histology and toxicology to determine the cause of death. The scene has been examined by the police have not considered suspicious, “said Sharon Duff, chief medical examiner in the Court of St. Pancras is judge.
The singer, who struggled with drug and alcohol addiction, was believed to be devastated after splitting with on-off boyfriend, film director Reg Traviss. “The last three days have been hell. We have suffered a terrible loss and want peace now. I can not describe what I’m going and I thank very much all those who have paid their respects and mourn the loss of Amy, as a beautiful, bright, my dear love. I lost my love I loved, “said Traviss.

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