Saskatoon Police and the Office of the Chief Coroner of Saskatchewan have determined, following an autopsy, that the recent death of a 41 year old woman was not caused by carbon monoxide poisoning. Her death has also been found to be non-criminal in nature. The investigation will now be handled by the office of the Chief Coroner of Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon Police along with MD Ambulance and the Saskatoon Fire Department responded to a 911 call at approximately 10:00 a.m., November 1, 2017 in the 300 block of Avenue R South. Upon arrival, a 41 year old female was found deceased inside of her residence. Carbon monoxide levels in the apartment building were found to be higher than normal, leading to a complete evacuation of the building. The cause of death has not yet been determined and an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow. Investigators are working with the Office of the Chief Coroner. Next of kin have been notified of the death.