Toxicology tests on footballer’s body show fatal levels of carbon monoxide exposure
Footballer Emiliano Sala and the pilot flying the plane he was in when it crashed into the Channel were probably exposed to “potentially fatal” levels of carbon monoxide, investigators have announced.
Toxicology tests on the Cardiff City footballer and pilot David Ibbotson found levels of carboxyhaemoglobin – formed in the blood when exposed to carbon monoxide (CO) – above the point doctors consider to be fatal.
Source: The Guardian
Emiliano Sala and crash pilot 'probably poisoned by fumes'