Chris Cornell’s toxicology report released


In the latest edition of Yesterday’s News Today, Baby Huey and Chasta cover the One Love Manchester benefit concert, and give us more details on the recent death of Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell.

Ariana Grande hosted a benefit concert for those who were victimized by the terrorist attack which occurred during one of her concerts in England. In order to aid the families of the 22 people who lost their lives and the some 119 who were injured. According to Rolling Stone Magazine

Ariana Grande led a star-studded benefit concert called One Love Manchester with appearances by hit-makers Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Liam Gallagher, Marcus Mumford, Pharrell Williams and others to raise money for victims of the terrorist attack on her concert last month.The show, which took place at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground and included a section for attendees of the original concert, had sold out in under six minutes.Earlier in the day across town, the scene was quiet at Manchester Arena, where a suicide bomber detonated himself in a foyer of the venue that led to a nearby train station, killing 22 people and injuring another 116, according to figures published in the newspaper Metro.

Rolling Stone Magazine obtained a statement from the medical examiners handling Soundgarden front man Chris Cornell’s autopsy. A toxicology report has been released shedding some light on the cause of Chris’s death.

Michigan’s Wayne County Medical Examiner released the autopsy and toxicology report in the death of Chris Cornell Friday, with the coroner confirming that the manner of death was suicide and that “drugs did not contribute to the cause of death.”It is my opinion that death was caused by hanging,” Wayne County assistant medical examiner Theodore Brown wrote in his post mortem report in documents obtained by Rolling Stone. “Based on the circumstances surrounding this death and the autopsy findings, the manner of death is suicide.”

 

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