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Cause of death released for a girl, Jázmin Pellegrini, who died in a San Francisco driveway.

A 15-year-old girl discovered dead in the driveway of a San Francisco home in April died from a lethal cocktail of fentanyl, cocaine, and methamphetamine, according to an autopsy report released Tuesday by the San Francisco Medical Examiner’s Office. 

Jázmin Pellegrini Cause of death

Cause of death released for Jázmin Pellegrini:

Jázmin Pellegrini was discovered unconscious on Lobos Street in Ingleside three days after missing from her Pittsburg home. It is unclear why she traveled to San Francisco. The autopsy determined that her death was primarily caused by a combination of substances found in her system through toxicology tests. In addition to fentanyl, cocaine, and methamphetamine, medical examiners discovered evidence of antidepressants and allergy drugs in her blood.”The overall findings are most consistent with a death caused by acute mixed drug intoxication,” assistant medical examiner Dr. Karen Zeigler stated in her report. Jázmin died as a result of bronchial pneumonia, according to tests.

Medical examiners were unable to determine if the death was accidental, citing the “uncertain circumstances in which her body was found” as making it impossible to conclude. They reported that no drugs or alcohol were found around Jázmin’s body.

Family Members Statement:

According to family members, the youngster had been struggling with her mental health for years, dealing with recollections of childhood assault by her grandpa in Hungary, as well as other traumas she experienced after moving to the Bay Area.

On April 20, a bystander discovered her body and contacted 911 to dispatch EMS. In the days that followed, her relatives distributed posters and attempted to obtain security camera footage from nearby homes to monitor the teen’s movements before her murder. Data from the autopsy report sheds additional light on the day the kid was found. The owners of the driveway where Jázmin’s body was located informed detectives that they visited their home the night before around 6:30 p.m. and did not see the teen in their driveway at the time. According to the report, Jázmin was discovered at about 11:30 a.m.

Jázmin had no severe injuries, according to the report, and San Francisco police identified her through fingerprint analysis. At the time, police spokesperson Paulina Henderson stated that detectives found no evidence of Jázmin’s death and did not suspect foul play. The toxicological report took nearly two months.

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