Amy Winehouse’s first autopsy could not determine the cause of her death
United States, July 25, 2011
The results of the first autopsy performed on the American singer Amy Winehouse, who died on Saturday 23 of July, has not yet determined the cause of her death. A police spokesman said that “the evidence does not give conclusive data to establish a formal cause of her death”.
48 hours after her death, Winehouse’s body was subjected to forensic analysis of the morgue of St Pancras. The results are in the hands of the Court of St Pancras Corner.
British media reported that “she died alone in her bed” and that was “alone with the man who had hired for security since a couple of years to take care of her”.
She reportedly told to her bodyguard that she wanted a nap, but when the man entered the room he realized that she was not breathing and so he called the emergency services.
With 27 years old and like many other musicians (Cobain, Morrison, Joplin, Hendrix), Amy Winehouse died at his home on Saturday July 23, 2011. Despite her history with drugs comes from a long time ago, the cause of her death is uncertain and so the forensic scientists asked the media to avoid any speculation. Amy’s family has asked the respect for their privacy and stated that “Amy’s death left a huge hole in the lives of us all”. Meanwhile, fans leave flowers in front of her house.