New York City medical examiner
Rivers, 81, went into cardiac arrest at Yorkville Endoscopy this August following a minor, elective vocal cord procedure.
Heroin, cocaine, benzodiazepines and amphetamine were all found in his system, according to the ME’s office. Hoffman, 46, was found dead with a needle still in his arm in his West Village apartment on Feb. 2.
The medical examiner’s office says hyperthermia caused the 78-year-old man’s death on Friday. The National Weather Service says the air temperature reached 96 degrees in the city that day.
The New York City medical examiner found that 1-year-old Richard Flood had rib fractures and injuries to his internal organs.
The New York City medical examiner has determined last week’s brutal heat wave is to blame for another death.