Which is the official autopsy report for a man who died in a Navajo Nation hospital?

A medical examiner’s report on the death of a man found dead in a hospital in Navasota, Utah, on May 12, 2019.

Source: The Huffington Posts article Navasotans are not allowed to take photographs in their hospital wards and the death in question has yet to be ruled a homicide.

The man, identified as 46-year-old Brian James Clark, had died in May 2019 after being admitted to the Navajo General Hospital with chest pains and respiratory distress.

He was later found unresponsive on the floor of the hospital, the Utah Department of Public Health said in a statement.

The Utah medical examiner has not yet released the report on Clark’s death.

The cause of death has not been determined.

In March 2019, a man was found dead at a Phoenix hospital with what appeared to be a life-threatening medical condition.

Police said they had found the body of a 25-year old man in a hallway outside of a Phoenix home.

The medical examiner was not able to immediately determine the cause of that man’s death at the time of publication.

In 2018, a Scottsdale man was pronounced dead after being transported to the emergency room after a seizure at the University of Arizona Medical Center.

Police say a patient in his 30s died from a seizure while in the hospital.

In July 2018, the state of Arizona reported the death and the cause was unclear.

In May 2018, two men were found dead after they were transported to a hospital after they allegedly suffered a seizure in their home.

No suspects were arrested and the investigation is ongoing.

In March 2018, an 18-year man was killed in a car accident while driving in rural Colorado.

The driver, identified only as Aaron, was pronounced deceased on scene.

Police later said that he was involved in a fatal crash in the area of his home.