Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins had 10 different drugs in his system at the time of his death: Colombian officials
A toxicology report from the late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins showed the musician had multiple types of substances in his system at the time of his death. According to E! News, the Colombian attorney general’s office has not declared the cause of his death.
“During the urine toxicology test performed on Taylor Hawkins’ body, 10 types of substances were previously found, including: THC (marijuana), tricyclic antidepressants, benzodiazepines and opioids,” the government organization said in a statement. communicated on Twitter. The statement goes on to say that the National Institute of Forensic Medicine and Forensic Sciences is continuing the medical investigation to “obtain full clarification of the facts that led to the death” of the musician and that “the Attorney General’s Office of Nation will continue the investigation and report back in due course on the results of the investigation.”
Colombian authorities have opened an investigation into Hawkins’ death. The legendary rock band announced in a statement on Saturday that the 50-year-old musician had died, without giving a cause. He was staying at a hotel in Chapinero, a locality in the Colombian capital of Bogota before he died that day.
Following Hawkins’ death, the Foo Fighters, led by frontman Dave Grohl, canceled their scheduled performance at the Estereo Picnic festival near Bogota. Additionally, festival organizers also said the band is canceling the remainder of their South American tour. Hawkins is survived by his wife, Alison, and their three children, Oliver, Annabelle and Everleigh. (ANI)
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