New Taylor Hawkins Toxicology Findings Reveal What We All Feared


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New findings revealed by authorities in Colombia show what many of us feared. The Foo Fighters were set to play for the first time in years in Bogota on Friday night before beloved drummer Taylor Hawkins was found unresponsive at his hotel and was pronounced dead at the age of 50.

Colombia attorney general says that Hawkins had 10 different substances in his body after a urine toxological test was performed. The statement says that opiods, tricyclic antidepressants, benzodiazepines and THC were among the substances found to be present in his body, according to NBC News.

No exact cause of death has been determined.

Local health officials in Colombia said on Saturday that they received a report of a patient experiencing chest pain on Friday night, presumably referring to Hawkins, says CBS News.

Hawkins leaves behind his wife, Alison and their three children.

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