Dolores O Riordan was an Irish musician, singer, and songwriter known best as the lead vocalist and lyricist for the Cranberries rock band.
She died on 15 January 2018 (aged 46) in Mayfair, London.
Dolores O Riordan Cause Of Death
|Full Name||Dolores Mary Eileen O’Riorda|
|Cause Of Death||Drowning|
The coroner has ruled that Dolores O Riordan drowned and suffered alcohol intoxication, causing her death. The inquest has concluded that the singer died of natural causes and that the cause of death was not a drug overdose.
The coroner’s report is expected to be completed over the next several months. In the meantime, her family and friends are grieving the loss of a beloved Irish voice.
Coroners’ reports have made two errors in this article: the incident took place in 2014 and not 2016, and there was no evidence that she was drunk during the time of her death.
In addition, the court heard that she was suffering a manic episode during her illness, and not due to alcohol consumption. The singer had been in London to record vocals for her side project, D.A.R.K., and was not performing live at the time.
There are several possible reasons why Dolores O’Riordan drowned. A combination of alcohol intoxication and drugs, including prescription and over-the-counter medications, may have contributed to her death.
Her family has requested a medical investigation. A toxicology report will be released shortly. The court has not ruled on whether or not she was responsible for her death but is considering it.