Autopsy Report Reveals Extent Of Debbie Collier’s Injuries Following Fiery Suicide

  • “Autopsy examination revealed thermal injuries of the external body surface and of the traceal mucosa (windpipe), no deposited soot in the airway, and no significant elevation of blood carboxyhemoglobin,” the autopsy said, adding that “no other significant injuries were noted.”
  • “These findings may be due to a sudden, intense ‘flash’ fire, as well as the outdoor environment of the fire,” the report said, according to the Post.
  • The Georgia Bureau of Investigation wrote that a melted gas can was found near the burn site, but there are still some oddities involving Collier’s death.
Click to read full article

Sign Up for Our Newsletter

Join our list!

Sign up here to get our daily newsletter with the top trending headlines.