Tuesday, July 26, 2011

The autopsy of singer Amy Winehouse does not determine the cause of death

The autopsy on Monday the body of singer Amy Winehouse, found dead Saturday at his home in London, could not pinpoint the cause of his death, so you have to wait for the results of toxicology tests. Sources of the London Metropolitan Police (MET or Scotland Yard) reported the results of these tests can take time to meet two to four weeks.

Moreover, also opened on Monday the inquest into the death, which is always done in the UK, but has been postponed until next October 26. The British media blamed the singer's death from an overdose of drugs, although police have stressed that the cause is yet unknown and asked to avoid speculation.

Two days after his death, the agents remain cordoned off around the home of the soul singer in the London Borough of Camden Town, where curious fans have come to pay homage and have placed flowers, candles, pictures and other objects, including a small guitar. On Monday they got there the singer's parents, Mitch and Janis Winehouse, who thanked those present their condolences.

"I am shattered and speechless, but thank you for everything," said his father told reporters and fans gathered outside the mansion of Camden Square. "People on the street, all I have to say is how much this means to us. It really is making a lot easier, "she added. British star's mother wept to see some memories left to the house, which took pictures with their mobile.

In a statement to the media, the family of Amy Winehouse said his death at such a young age, has left a "hole" in their lives. bestseller interpreter Back to Black, which won five Grammys, died Saturday at his home in London after a long history of problems with drugs and alcohol.

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