Mark Dombroski Died From Fall, No Foul Play

March 22, 2018

[Updating] 19-year-old Mark Dombroski “died from a fall” and there was “no evidence of foul play,” officials announced this afternoon.

Mr. Dombroski was visiting Bermuda for a rugby tournament, and went missing early on Sunday morning. Following a search involving the police, Regiment, rugby clubs, drone operators, and volunteers, the 19-year-old St Joseph University college student’s body was located on Monday afternoon [March 19] in the Fort Prospect area.

An overseas forensic pathologist traveled to Bermuda to conduct the autopsy, and spoke at today’s press conference.

Dr. Christopher Milroy is the Director of Forensic Pathology in Ottawa. He consulted with Scotland Yard and has almost three decades of experience as a forensic pathologist and has conducted over 5,000 autopsies.

Speaking at a press conference this afternoon, Dr Milroy said, “As a forensic pathologist I did a very detailed analysis, which is what we do when we have a death where the circumstances are unclear.

“My conclusions from my examination are that Mark died from a fall, from a height. I found no evidence of foul play in my post mortem examination.”

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