Harrison Wagner's death ruled 'accidental overdose' from lethal combination of Fentanyl and Alprazolam
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Harrison Wagner's death in a parking lot, which was under investigation, has officially been ruled an accident. The son of 'General Hospital' actors Jack and Kristina Wagner died from a lethal combination of Fentanyl and Alprazolam, which is used to treat anxiety, depression, and panic disorders as per RadarOnline.com. The drug is a member of the benzodiazepine class.
Tragically, the news was released on what would have been Harrison's 28th birthday, five months after his untimely death. On November 1, Kristina celebrated her son's first birthday since his death by posting a touching homage to him. Sharing a video of him dancing and happy on Instagram, the actress wrote, "Sometimes I feel like a pinned butterfly. There’s no second chance. There’s no see-him-again. There’s no nothing. He’s not coming back. It’s final."
Kristina continued her emotional post by writing, "But life goes on. How do I spend the rest of my own without Harrison in it? What does it mean to be 'all right' after the death of your child, your blood? The pain will never go away. Today is Harrison’s birthdate. I had the privilege to know him for 27 incredible years."
Heaping praises over her late son, the soap star said, "Harrison was larger than life, but beneath his commanding presence was vulnerability and compassion. He understood his own defects and worked hard to turn them around, to strengthen his positive attributes. He was a good listener and stood up for others when they couldn’t speak for themselves. He is missed. Happy Birthday, Harrison." She concluded on a comforting note for parents who are also mourning the loss of a child. "To all bereaved parents: May you find peace. Let's stick around and see what's in store for our extraordinary lives."
Harrison Wagner, whose father is Jack Wagner of 'General Hospital', passed away in June 2022. Harrison was discovered in a parking lot, according to a report from the Los Angeles Medical Examiner's Office that PEOPLE acquired. He was pronounced dead at the site. At the time, the exact cause of his death was unknown.
A statement released by Harrison's family later said that Harrison "ultimately lost his battle with addiction." Just one week after Harrison's death, the Wagner family established the Harrison Wagner Scholarship Fund, which collaborates with the Los Angeles-area network of sober living homes for men called New Life House Recovery Community.