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Robert Probert Autopsy-No Foul Play

Jane Rickard

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An autopsy conducted on 45 year old Robert Probert former Blackhawk enforcer has concluded that foul play did not play a part in his sudden death last week.  His family has elected to keep all other details private and they may be released only with their permission.

Probert died last week after experiencing chest pains and collapsing during a family boating trip.  Despite efforts to revive him on the water and upon reaching the shore he was pronounced dead upon reaching Windsor Regional Hospital.  The Probert family had a history of heart disease, Robert's father died of a heart attack at 41. Toxicology reports which usually are taken as part of an autopsy can take weeks or months to develop.  They will shed light on whether Robert has followed his father in the family tradition of early death due to cardiac problems. 



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