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This morning the sister of a friend of mine was found dead in her home by the beach. The preliminary report was that her lungs failed. She had multiple handicaps, but no sign of breathing problems before she died. There has been an autopsy and the family has ask them to check for VOCs in her body.
I just got a phone call about the report from the medical examination, and the toxicology showed "AN ALARMING LEVEL OF BENZINE" in her body.
I'm trying to get permission to post the coroners report. When I get this there will be NO doubt, this is a death caused by BP!
I don't mean to SCREAM this, but she was the "canary" in this mine, and she is DEAD from the fumes of the spill.
Charlotte is DEAD FROM BENZINE exposure in Destin FL.
I'll publish the report as soon as I get it.
“There are no signs of foul play,” said Michele Nicholson, spokeswoman for the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office. “I don’t think there was anything suspicious about it.”
A spokeswoman at Mobile’s Unified Command said the death was not related to the oil cleanup. The Port St. Lucie man had a heart attack. He was discovered at 4:05 p.m. by a coworker after he did not show up to work. He was contracted through the Parsons Corporation.