While no official cause of death has been given, Commissioner of Police Clayton Fernander, of the Royal Bahamas Police Force, revealed at a press conference Wednesday, November 15, that the woman had not died as a result of drowning.
“The autopsy has already been done,” Fernander said, on video captured by Eyewitness News Bahamas.
“I don’t wish to disclose the results of the autopsy at this time. We still have to wait and communicate with family members,” he explained. “But I can assure you, that it’s not as a result of drowning….
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