September 30, 2014 - 10:38 AM
VERNON - Foul play has been ruled out in the death of a former Vernon teen who died at a work residence in Kindersley, Saskatchewan.
Police initially called 19-year-old Dylan Cordell Hanna’s death suspicious, but an autopsy conducted Sept. 16 has since dispelled any notions foul play was involved.
Hanna was found Sept. 14 at roughly 6 a.m. unconscious and lying on the ground outside his temporary work residence in an industrial area of Kindersley. He was rushed to hospital but attempts to revive him were unsuccessful.
A number of employees from various oil field companies resided in the housing complex, Kindersley RCMP said in a release.
The local police detachment, along with the Major Crimes Unit, Saskatoon Forensic Identification Services and the provincial coroner’s office assisted in the investigation.
Hanna was originally from Vernon, B.C. His Facebook profile shows he attended Kalamalka Secondary School.
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