Anthony Foley died of 'heart rhythm disorder that caused acute edema of lungs'



Munster head coach Anthony Foley died due to a heart condition which led to a build-up of fluid in his lungs, a French coroner has said.
An autopsy has revealed Foley, 42, whose body was found in his room in Munster's team hotel before their scheduled game in Paris on Sunday, " had a heart rhythm disorder that caused an acute edema of the lungs", according to www.rugby365.fr.
The coroner said Foley's death could be "linked to a heart problem", while further toxicological tests are ongoing and results are "expected in several weeks".
Munster confirmed Foley's... read more

 
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