According to an autopsy report from Arizona’s Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office that NBC News received, country music musician Luke Bell cause of death was an unintentional fentanyl overdose. Luke Bell had arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease, according to the report, at the time of his death.
The musician had been drinking and had a deadly dose of fentanyl in his system, according to a toxicology study the medical examiner requested.
Luke Bell cause of death
The study indicated that the cause of death was determined to be fentanyl intoxication “in consideration of the known circumstances surrounding this event, the available medical history, and the inspection of the remains.” The singer of “Where Ya Been?” was discovered dead in Tucson, on August 26, over a week after he had gone missing. He was 32.
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Bell’s friends and family Statement
“They are devastated by the loss of our cherished son, brother, and friend.” Bell’s loved ones said in a statement to NBC News on September 1. Luke had a kind heart, a wanderer’s spirit, and a musical skill that he was blessed to share with the world.
“We are so appreciative of all friends and followers for supporting him always. We appreciate all of Luke’s supporters, close friends, and family members who have been sharing memories of good times spent with him.” Family added.
“All members requested that they need privacy as we work through our grief so that we have space to mourn and pay tribute to his memory. The idea that beloved Luke is now at peace and free is the one thing that gives us solace.” The family added.
Bell struggled with mental illness problems, and his struggle worsened after the death of his father, according to information provided by Bell’s relatives and friends.
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