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Autopsy confirms fall and accidental death of Zulma Gómez

The autopsy performed on the body of Zulma Gómez confirmed that death occurred accidentally after the liberal senator fell from a pier located on the shores of Lake Acaray, in Ciudad del Este.

Prosecutor Fátima Capurro stated that Zulma Gómez’s death occurred in the context of a probable accident after a detailed study of the corpse had been carried out during the afternoon.

Dr. Pablo Lemir, forensic doctor of the Public Ministry, explained that the results revealed that the PLRA senator died after suffering pulmonary edema as a result of mechanical suffocation due to submersion (drowning).

The body has several blunt injuries to the left heel, the lumbar region and the back of the skull, which “are compatible with a fall,” he said.

According to what he said, the orientation of the injuries suggests that Zulma Gómez suffered a slip on a solid part and scraped her back until she ended up suffering a blow to the head area.

Lemir confirmed that a toxicological examination must still be carried out to determine the conditions in which the legislator was at the time of her death, for which fluids were extracted from the body.

PLRA leader Basilisa Vázquez lamented the departure of Gómez, whom she considered a close friend, and asked that speculation not be made about the causes of her death.

“We cannot make any kind of conjecture, we ask that this not be done in memory of her,” he said, in response to the various rumors surrounding the death.

After completing the autopsy in the judicial morgue of Asunción, the senator’s body will be transferred by air to Alto Paraná, where it will be held at the Hernandarias International Wake Hall starting at midnight.

Zulma Gómez’s funeral is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. this Monday.

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