Coroner rules no foul play in concert goer's death - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Coroner rules no foul play in concert goer's death

Cory Barron (Source: Family) Cory Barron (Source: Family)
LORAIN COUNTY, OH (WOIO) -

The Lorain County Coroner ruled Tuesday there was no sign of foul play in the death of Cory Barron.

The Fremont man disappeared after a Jason Aldean concert at Progressive Field on Friday, July 18.

His body was found in a Lorain County landfill on July 22, after falling down a garbage chute at the stadium into a dumpster.

The coroner says Barron died of blunt force impacts due to his fall down the chute.

Alcohol was detected in Barron's tissue, but could not be accurately measured.

No other drugs were detected.

It is still unclear what circumstances caused Barron to be in the trash chute.

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