Mauritius tragedy: Autopsy reveals how Springs teen died


Mundolene Vosloo (17) allegedly died of natural causes.

According to a police spokesperson in Mauritius the post mortem showed that she died of a brain haemorrhage. It’s unclear what caused it.

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The post mortem was done on Thursday afternoon by state pathologists Dr Junjadin and Dr Chamane. According to the doctors she died of a subarachnid haemorrhage.

According to the British National Health Service a brain haemorrhage occurs when blood vessels between the brain and the skull burst. This is often associated with strokes.

Mundolene died on Wednesday afternoon at about 4.30 pm local time at the Hotel Riu Le Morne on the south-western coast after being treated by hotel doctors.

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She was on holiday with her dad, Mike, stepmother, Marietjie, and two brothers.

Meanwhile Marietjie has been arrested on a charge of culpable homicide. She appeared in court on Thursday and is still in custody. It’s unclear when she will again appear in court again.

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