NBC News has obtained the autopsy report on the death of country music singer Luke Bell from the Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office in Arizona. The report states that Bell died of an accidental fentanyl overdose. Moreover, the autopsy revealed that Bell died from arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease.
After looking at the medical history, autopsy results, and other evidence, it has been determined that fentanyl intoxication was the direct cause of death in this case “according to the findings in the report. “The cause of death was a freak accident.
On August 26, nearly a week after he was reported missing, the “Where Ya Been?” singer was found dead in Tucson, Arizona. He was 32. We are devastated by the loss of our son, brother, and friend. “Luke was blessed with a musical ability that he generously shared with us and the world,” Bell’s family said in a statement to NBC News on September 1.
Friends and family of Bell’s shared their observations that Bell had battled mental illness, which worsened after his father’s passing.Luke’s mental disorder developed after his father’s 2015 death. Luke’s loved ones helped him through his illness. Despite this, he was unable to get any relief, they added. The family and friends of Luke are sad and disappointed that things had to turn out this way.