Chrissy Powell: Autopsy reveals mom found in car died from hyperthermia with alcohol-related complications
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: The autopsy report of Chrissy Powell, a Texan mother who was found dead in a parking lot, has revealed a few unfortunate details. The 39-year-old died from hyperthermia and alcohol-related complications, as confirmed by Bexar County Medical Examiner's office.
Fox News reported that the mother of two suffered an accidental death caused by hyperthermia with complications from ethanol intoxication. Chrissy Powell, whose real name is Christina Lee Powell, was last seen leaving her house in a rush on the morning of July 5. She had called in late at her office but she never made it to the job. Powell was found in the passenger seat of her vehicle parked in a shopping plaza on the city's Northwest Side on Saturday, July 23. The Texan mother is believed to have been there for days.
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According to Fox News, the San Antonio Police Department said that the investigation was now closed, adding, “We did not find any evidence leading to a criminal investigation.” The cops believed there were no obvious signs of trauma. It was reported that during the approximate time authorities believed that she was in the car when temperatures in San Antonio reached around 90F. Powell was discovered in her Nissan Rogue at the Huebner Oaks Center which is just a 10-minute drive from her home.
This is the last time anyone has seen Chrissy Powell, a mother & paralegal in Texas who rushed out the door because she was late to work. Authorities say she may be in danger. Hear from her close friend & her employer on #NewsNationPrime 8/7CT. pic.twitter.com/7gJemotYJu— Paige Lobdell (@producerpaige_) July 14, 2022
According to The Daily Mail, the ring doorbell footage from Powell's home showed Powell walking out of the door shortly after 10.30 am, with a white purse under her shoulder. She reportedly left her phone and smartwatch in the house as she rushed to work. She also left her vital medication behind. The cops revealed that Powell suffered from a medical condition that requires a doctor's care.
According to The Sun, the family received the devastating news that her body was in the vehicle when it was found. "No one even knew she was there," Powell's mother Claudia Mobley said through tears. "It's rough. It's the hardest thing I've ever had to go through. She was a wonderful girl. We were almost like friends, not just mom and daughter. I miss her” added Mobley According to The Daily Mail. The shopping plaza where the body was found is located along the same stretch of the interstate as her job at Sanchez & Wilson.