Military investigators said Monday that they do not suspect foul play in the death of an Army captain who suddenly collapsed during a video chat with his wife.
Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark, 43, was using the video chatting service Skype to speak with his wife, Susan Orellana-Clark, on April 30 when he suddenly slumped forward and collapsed. He was dead when military personnel arrived two hours later.
Orellana-Clark said in a statement Sunday that she saw what appeared to be a bullet hole on the wall behind her husband after he collapsed, leading to speculation he had been shot.
While the cause of Clark's death is not yet known, investigators have ruled out a gunshot, Army Criminal Investigation Command spokesman Chris Grey said in a statement.FULL STORY
Army investigators: No foul play suspected in captain's death
like falling over dead is normal?
I just cannot get over that two hours elasped before military personnel arrived.
My sympathy to the poor woman and her family.
I expect the autopsy will reveal all. Whether we get the actual results and not some "misinformation" is another story, however.
This is a tragic case. Very unfortunate that she witnessed it and it took a while to get someone there to find out. My sympathies to her and her family. It looks like the autopsy results should provide details on the actual cause of death and put closure on the case.