Investigation into circumstances of British policewoman΄s death being conducted
CORFU. What she drank and how much it contributed to the fall of the British policewoman who died in Kavos just a few hours after arriving there on holiday.
Speaking to The Sun, medical examiner Yiannis Aivatidis said that the cause of the 22-year-old British policewoman's death - she was serving with Surrey Police - in Kavos will be revealed by toxicology tests. "The autopsy findings included fractures to her thorax, stomach and a small rupture of the spleen. But it was a traumatic head injury that killed her."
Her stepfather, also a police officer, is expected to arrive in Corfu for the purposes of repatriating his daughter's body.
Surrey Police said on Saturday: "Yesterday we were sadly made aware of the sudden death of a serving officer whilst they were on holiday in Corfu, Greece. We are working to support both their family and their colleagues here during this extremely difficult time. An investigation into the circumstances of the death is being led by the Greek authorities and we await further updates from them as they conduct their enquiries."