| Autopsy reveals Foley’s cause of death | Autopsy reveals Foley's cause of death
Nanterre – Munster and Ireland rugby legend Anthony Foley died of an “acute pulmonary edema”, an autopsy revealed Tuesday.According to the autopsy, the 42-year-old Foley “had a heart rhythm disorder that caused an acute pulmonary edema”, the Nanterre public prosecutor west of Paris told AFP.Pulmonary edema is a build-up of fluid in the lungs that can lead to respiratory failure.His death could therefore “be linked to a cardiac problem”, the prosecutor added, without giving any further details.Other toxicological analyses are under way, with results due in the coming weeks.The prosecutor also issued a burial permit, with the body free to be released to the…

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