Nora Anne died of probable hunger, prolonged stress

Nora Anne Quoirin

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SEREMBAN — Aug. 15, 2019: An autopsy on the remains of teenager Nora Anne Quoirin concluded that she died of gastrointestinal bleeding, probably due to lack of food over a long time, and prolonged stress.

The medical team also concluded that the Irish-French girl died two or three days before her body was found on Tuesday afternoon, about 2.5 kilometres from an eco-resort in Pantai near here after she had gone missing on August 4, a day after she and her family had checked in for what was planned to be a two-week holiday.

Pathologists from the Kuala Lumpur Hospital and Tuanku Ja’afar Hospital here conducted the autopsy for almost 12 hours yesterday with assistance by experts from the Chemistry Department and Department of Forensics.

Negri Sembilan police chief Datuk Mohamad Mat Yusop told a press conference today that so far there is no element to show that Nora Anne had been sexually assaulted.

Several tissue samples have been sent to the Chemistry Department for further analysis. — Bernama



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