Coroner Releases Final Report On Death Of Kosta Karageorge

Coroner Releases Final Report On Death Of Kosta Karageorge (Image 1)

The final coroner’s report on for Ohio State football player Kosta Karageorge was released Friday.

According to Franklin County Coroner, Dr. Anahi Ortiz, Karageorge’s final cause of death was a gunshot wound to the head.

His death has been ruled a suicide.

The report shows a neuropathology consult was requested and Karageorge was suffering from a concussion at the time of his suicide.

However, the report also says that there was no conclusive evidence of chronic brain injury.

Karageorge, 23, originally went missing Wednesday November 26, 2014, after he told his roommates he was going for a walk.

Karageorge’s family said he had been suffering from concussions the night he disappeared.

His mother said he sent her a text saying the concussion was affecting his mind.

His body was found four days later in a dumpster near Courtland Avenue and East 6th Avenue.

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