Woman Died Of Cardiac Arrest At Local Hotel
-Police Autopsy Report Says
The Liberia National Police (LNP) has disclosed that the outcome of the post-mortem examination conducted on the body of the Sierra Leonean national Yatta Evon Kamara, aged 31, shows that she died naturally as a result of a ‘cardiac arrest’ at a local hotel in Monrovia.According to the police, two specialized and trained Liberian Pathologists, Drs. Zoebon B. Kparteh and Benedict B. Kolee, carried out an autopsy of the deceased at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital.
The Police report added that the autopsy was done in the presence of representatives from the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, the LNP, Coroner officers and the Women in Peace Building Network (WIPNET).
Police preliminary investigative report established that there was a need for an autopsy to be conducted on the body to determine the cause of death.
According to police report, the LNP received a call on Wednesday, June 5, informing them about a female (Yatta Evon Kamara) lying unconscious with foam discharge from her mouth and blood coming from her nose at the Palm Spring Hotel in Congo Town.
“The Forensic Team of the LNP immediately carried out a physical examination on the victim and later took her to the JFK hospital where she was pronounced dead on arrival,” the report stated.