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Anna was going on her normal daily morning jog. Her neighbor, Doug Greene was out in his garden watering his plants. Anna passed by her neighbor and greeted him like she always does and proceeded going home. Anna started feeling very lightheaded and decided to sit down on her stool. She reached over to get her pain medication because she started experiencing pain in her lower abdomen. Just as she reached over, her light-headedness turned into dizziness and eventually her death, causing her to fall off her stool, and hitting her head on the kitchen counter on her way down. Anna’s lifeless body lay there until someone came to her aid.
Doug Greene heard Anna’s dog barking hysterically. Doug had noticed earlier that Anna was acting a bit odd. Doug immediately called the 911 operator and explained to them what he had seen and the address of her house. The EMT arrived moments later at Anna’s house, taking her to the hospital to determine her cause of death. At the crime scene, DNA such as hair and blood was found and sent to the forensic DNA analyst to determine who the DNA belonged to. Pictures of blood splatter caused from her head injury were sent to a blood splatter analyst to determine how far up and where the blood had fallen from.
The day after Anna was found dead an autopsy was performed on her body. In autopsy report by the medical examiner Jane king it reports that Anna's clothes were stained with blood and vomit was present. There was an injury to her right temple and bruising that was caused due to her falling and hitting the table. Her ankles were swollen with signs of edema. The fingernails were gray; a sign of low oxygen. There were also inflamed, red injections on the left thigh. The final Autopsy report stated that there was noticeable face dropping on left side of face and severe plaques in the left internal carotid artery. Once the brain was sectioned it revealed a significant blood clot.this autopsy made it clear that Anna died of a stroke due to cardiovascular disease.
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