Update on Christine Dacera Case As PNP Releases Autopsy Findings
CHRISTINE DACERA CASE – The Philippine National Police (PNP) released its findings on Christine Angelica Dacera’s cause of death based on the autopsy.
The death of Christine Angelica Dacera, a 23-year-old flight attendant of the Philipppine Airlines (PAL) who died last January 1, took the social media by storm.
Dacera was found dead in a hotel in City Garden Grand Hotel in Makati City. She and her friends booked a hotel room as they decided to spend the New Year celebration together.
According to her friends, they had hard drinks and they also played parlor games. One of their companions also introduced them to some people staying in another room.
However, the following morning, Dacera was reportedly found dead in a bathtub of their room. There were efforts to revive her and one of her friends, Rommel Galido, rushed her to the hospital.
Dacera was declared dead on arrival. The first autopsy on her remains determined ruptured aneurysm as the cause of her death. On the part of her family, they’re not convinced that she died of a natural cause due to the bruises in her body.
Recently, the Philippine National Police (PNP) released the findings of their medico legal report regarding the Christine Dacera case. Based on a report on CNN, the cause of the death of the flight attendant remains as “ruptured aortic aneurysm”.
According to the report, the said findings based on the autopsy over the cause of death of Christine Dacera was submitted by the PNP during the preliminary investigation of her case.
In the report, the PNP stated that while aneurysm is common among elderly people, it can happen to younger ones. It also stated that the loss of blood because of a ruptured aorta has taken the life of Dacera within a few hours.
Furthermore, it is stated that the heart of the flight attendant weighed 500 grams and the normal weight is 300 grams. There is a suspect of undiagnosed hypertension.
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