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The body of Taylor Hawkins, the talented drummer of the Foo Fighters, will soon be repatriated to the United States after Colombian authorities released it, Your Content has learned.
The 50-year-old musician tragically passed away, prompting the decision to bring him back home for his final resting place.
An autopsy conducted on Hawkins unveiled concerning results, indicating that his heart weighed at least 600 grams, twice the normal weight.
Additionally, the examination revealed the presence of ten substances in his system, including opioids, marijuana, and a white powder resembling cocaine.
Hallucinogens were also discovered in his hotel room.
Dave Grohl, the 53-year-old frontman of the Foo Fighters, along with the rest of the band members, returned to Los Angeles on a private jet on Saturday evening.
This return marks the end of their South American tour, which was scheduled to culminate with a performance at the Grammys.
Expressing their deep sorrow over the untimely loss, the band issued a statement conveying their devastation and requesting privacy for Hawkins’ family during this difficult time.
The Foo Fighters and their fans mourn the loss of a remarkable musician and cherished member of their community, according to BBC News.