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Toxicology Report Released For Three Kansas City Chiefs Fans Who Died Mysteriously

Initial toxicology reports are in for the three Kansas City Chiefs fans who were found mysteriously dead in their friend’s backyard.

Newly released toxicology reports reveal the three fans had cocaine, THC, and fentanyl in their system at the time of death.

A family member who wished to remain anonymous revealed to the press that the amount of fentanyl in the three men’s bodies was three times over the lethal amount needed to kill someone.

The family member stated, “The family source says level 10 fentanyl is enough to kill. The #KansasCity3 were at level 30.”


Here’s what The New York Post reported:

Initial toxicology reports on the three Kansas City Chiefs fans found frozen and dead in a friend’s yard found cocaine, THC — and three times the amount of fentanyl that is enough to kill, according to reports.

The families of David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney and Ricky Johnson — who were found dead outside their friend Jordan Willis’ Kansas City home on Jan. 9 — confirmed to WDAF that police have the initial reports on illicit drugs in the dead men’s systems.

Among the substances were cocaine and fentanyl, according to TMZ and NewsNation.

“A family member, who asked to remain anonymous, tells me cocaine, fentanyl, and THC showed up in the preliminary results,” NewsNation’s national correspondent Alex Caprariello wrote on X.

“The family source says level 10 fentanyl is enough to kill. The #KansasCity3 were at level 30.”

Per Yahoo:

An early toxicology report indicates the three mysterious deaths after a Kansas City Chiefs game could be related to cocaine & fentanyl.

According to reports, toxicology results were shared with the families and their lawyers, prior to being released to the media and general public. One source connected to one victim says “traces of cocaine and fentanyl” were found in the deceased systems.

At this point, it might not be the only factor connected to the three deaths, but they are in the report.

Considering that there were victims found in the backyard of a home — essentially frozen to death — drugs might be an explanation for why they all died together.


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