Autopsy Reveals Teen Died of Natural Causes
He died of natural causes.
The Jonesville teenager who apparently fell to his death in a quarry last year actually died of a brain hemorrhage.
The Medical Examiner's office released Christian Rhoades' autopsy today. They found that a non-traumatic hemorrhage led to a "natural" manner of death.
Rhoades had left home for a run in his neighborhood when he disappeared in Mid-June, 2011.
It took searchers several hours to find his body, which had fallen as much as 80 feet down into a quarry.
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