In an effort to uncover the circumstances surrounding the untimely death of 60-year-old diver Axel Schoeller, a pivotal autopsy was conducted today. The Austrian diver was found unconscious in the waters near Protaras yesterday and, despite rescue attempts, was pronounced deceased at Famagusta General Hospital.
Preliminary findings from the autopsy have unveiled distressing indications of asphyxiation and drowning. Accurate samples were collected for histopathological and toxicological analysis to further investigate potential underlying medical conditions.
Forensic experts, Dr. Angeliki Papetta and Dr. Orthodoxos Orthodoxou, meticulously performed the autopsy with the goal of providing conclusive insights into the specific cause of Schoeller's tragic passing. However, a definitive determination awaits the results from ongoing laboratory tests.
Preliminary findings from the autopsy have unveiled distressing indications of asphyxiation and drowning.
Of note, Schoeller played a crucial role as one of the divers involved in the tireless search for the victims of a notorious serial killer at the notorious red lake. This devastating incident shocked the community, with far-reaching implications for the ongoing investigation.
As the pursuit of justice continues, the outcome of the comprehensive autopsy and subsequent laboratory analysis is anticipated, aiming to shed light on the circumstances that led to the untimely demise of this esteemed diver.
[With information sourced from 24 News]