Update on Christine Dacera Case Here’s What’s Next As To NBI
CHRISTINE DACERA CASE – The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) gave an update on the investigation over the death of Christine Angelica Dacera.
The death of flight attendant Christine Angelica Dacera is one of the topics widely-talked about in social media now. Many are curious as to what really happened prior to the passing of the 23-year-old flight attendant.
On December 31, 2021, Dacera and some of her friends checked in to City Garden Grand Hotel in Makati City. They planned to welcome the New Year together as most of them got families that are living in a different city.
According to her friends, they had hard drinks and they played some parlor games as they await for midnight. They were also introduced by one of their friends to some people staying in another room.
However, the following morning, Christine Dacera was found lifeless in the bathtub of the room. Her companions and the hotel staff tried to revive her and rushed her to Makati Medical Center but she was declared dead on arrival.
The first autopsy of the Christine Dacera case determined aneurysm as the cause of death of the 23-year-old flight attendant. On the part of her family, they’re not convinced that she died of a natural cause.
A second autopsy was conducted by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI). Specimens of the flight attendant were taken by the authorities as part of the probe on the Christine Dacera case. Recently, the forensic examination on the said specimens taken from her before her burial was finished.
Based on a recent report The Philippine Star, the NBI is set to check on bodily fluids taken from Dacera at Makati Medical Center. According to NBI spokesperson Ferdinand Lavin, if it can be accessed, it “will be used as the basis for coming out with the results”.
The authorities have yet to release the results of the 2nd autopsy. Undeniably, a lot of people await on the determined cause of the death of the flight attendant.
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