NBI Investigation on Christine Dacera Case Finished, Findings Now Out
CHRISTINE DACERA CASE – The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) released the results of their probe on the death of Christine Angelica Dacera.
The death of a 23-year-old flight attendant in a hotel in Makati City last January 1, 2021, became a sensational issue. After a night of partying, Christine Angelica Dacera was reportedly found dead in the comfort room.
Dacera spent the New Year’s eve at City Garden Grand Hotel together with her friends. She was the only woman in the group but her companions are reportedly not straight guys.
According to the companions of Dacera, they had drinks and they also played parlor games with some people staying in another room. They were introduced to each other by a common friend.
However, the following day, Christine Dacera was rushed to the hospital. One of her companions claimed that he found her unconscious at the bathtub of the CR where she slept as she felt vomiting.
Dacera was declared dead on arrival by Makati Medical Center. The autopsy determined rupture aortic aneurysm as the cause of her death – which was not believed in by her family.
Charges were filed against the companions of Dacera. The Philippine National Police (PNP) released a medico-legal report that also pointed to a ruptured aortic aneurysm as the cause of the death of the flight attendant.
The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) also lodged a separate probe on Christine Dacera case. Recently, the NBI released the results of their investigation.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, traces of drugs were found in the room where Dacera and her companions stayed. The body also stressed negligence over the incident.
According to the report, on the Christine Dacera case investigation, the NBI also based on the statements of the people staying in another room in the hotel.
It was also found that she has a heart condition. Without saying if the 23-year-old flight attendant has taken it, the NBI cited the possibility that drugs have affected her heart condition.
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