More details surrounding Chris Cornell’s untimely fatality continue to come in.
News of the Soundgarden artist’s suicide has come as a huge surprise to numerous including their own families, so what exactly happened following the 52 -year-old’s concert in Detroit on Wednesday night?
According to a police report obtained by The Detroit News, the boulder ace turned over to his hotel apartment at the MGM Grand Hotel after his testify ended around 11:30 p.m. He was escorted by his protector, Martin Kirsten, who helped him deposit personal computers question and threw Cornell two Ativan lozenges, “which victim makes for anxiety.”
Shortly after, Chris spoke with his wife Vicky on the phone, during which discussion he resonated “groggy” and hurriedly ended the announce pronouncing, “I’m just tired.”
At 12:15 a.m ., Vicky announced Martin to have him check on her husband “to see if he is all right because he did not definitely sounds like he is okay, ” according to the report.
Despite having a key, Martin was unable to gain entry into the apartment because the door had been fastened, and the hotel wouldn’t give him access. From there, Martin kicked down the door only to find the door to the bedroom collection was too latched.
Martin too kicked down the bedroom entrance and “found victim laying on the bathroom floor” with blood ranging from his mouth.
MGM medic Dawn Jones arrived to the scene just before 1 a.m. and originated “CPR on( Cornell, who) was not breathing.”
Wow. So heartbreaking.
Chris’ family and loved ones continue to be in our thoughts.
If you are experiencing suicidal considers, don’t hesitate to call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255.
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