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Mexico Office: San Diego and Statement Hernandez

mexico office: This case has taken almost a year to close because the autopsy was complex and required additional testing and consultation, Chief Medical Investigator Kurt Nolte said in a statement, according to Vancouver Courier. Hernandez arrived in the U.S. as part of a caravan of Central American asylum seekers and was taken into custody in San Diego. The New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator released its findings on the death of Roxsana Hernandez 33, saying the disorder known as multicentric Castleman disease can progress rapidly in people with weakened immune systems and lead to death within weeks.article continues below Trending StoriesB.C. adds 8,700 jobs in January amid solid' labour market'Bella Dolls' sex doll brothel has opened in Vancouver Vision Vancouver will not run a mayoral candidate for first time in party's history Tree houses and popsicle sticks inspired Telus' 750m headquarters The autopsy also found Hernandez suffered from extensive fractures of her ribs and breastbone after medical staff performed CPR in response to at least 10 heart attacks. She was later transferred to El Paso, Texas, before being taken to the Cibola County Detention Center in New Mexico. In November, an attorney representing the family of Hernandez released an independent autopsy that noted deep bruising along Hernandez's ribs that wasn't evident externally. Hernandez died in May at an Albuquerque hospital where she was admitted after showing symptoms of pneumonia, dehydration and complications associated with HIV. Her death brought protests, with immigrant and LGBTQ advocates saying her case underscored concerns that transgender migrants in detention facilities often do not receive adequate medical care. ( As reported in the news.