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Great Britain. Nicola Bulley’s cause of death has been revealed

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The cause of Nicola Bulley’s death was drowning, the British Home Office pathologist said, quoted by the BBC. She stressed that there is no evidence of third party involvement.

Home Office pathologist Dr Alison Armor said all evidence suggested that 45-year-old Nicola Bulley died from drowning and there was no evidence of third party involvement. As the expert noted, no traces of alcohol were found in the body of the deceased, only paracetamol and beta-blockers “in small amounts”, so there can be no talk of an overdose.

Nicola Bulley, from Inskip, Lancashire, was last seen alive on January 27. At 8.43 am local time, she walked her daughters to school. At 9:10 a.m. she was on her usual route to walk her dog along the River Wyre. There she disappeared – investigators found. Her phone was found on a bench by the shore, the dog was running nearby. The disappearance of the 45-year-old aroused great public and media interest. It resulted in a wave of speculation, rumors and conspiracy theories.

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Nicola Bulley. The search lasted three weeks

Police searches, described as “unprecedented”, were conducted both in the River Wyre up to its mouth and in the surrounding fields. Underwater drones, sniffer dogs and a team of divers were involved in the search for Bulley. Her body was found about a mile (1.6 km) from where she was last seen. Soon after, Paul Ansell, Bulley’s partner, told Sky News that the woman’s loved ones were in “despair”. “At the moment there are no words, there is only despair” – Ansell wrote in a statement. “We are together, we must be strong,” he added.

Nicola Bulley went missing on January 27Lancashire police

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Main photo source: Lancashire Police

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