Monday, July 25, 2011
Amy Winehouse Autopsy Inconclusive
It could be several more weeks before we find out the cause of Amy Winehouse's death. Police announced today that yesterday's initial autopsy was inconclusive, and additional toxicology tests were needed. According to The Assosciated Press, those toxicology screens could take two to four weeks to complete. Winehouse was found dead in bed at her Camden, England apartment on Saturday afternoon, and initial reports indicate that no drugs were found on the flat. Winehouse attended a doctor's appointment on Friday, and the doctor found no problems and was happy with her condition, but she was dead hours later. Amy had been reportedly been working on her third album at the time of her death, and she had supposedly recorded several new songs; songs that may never be heard. Winehouse's funeral has been scheduled for tomorrow.