CHICAGO — According to autopsy results, harmful fumes from a cleaning substance lead to the death of a Chicago police officer back in April, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Kevin Robinson, 42, died of a lung illness as a result of inhaling noxious fumes from a cleaning product; the death was ruled an accident, the article stated.
According to the article, Robinson complained of a persistent cough and breathing problems after inhaling a cleaning substance that a maintenance worker had sprayed on his desk from an aerosol can.
While Robinson was released from the hospital, he was readmitted days later as his symptoms persisted: As his lungs all but shut down, doctors were forced to place Robinson in a medically induced coma, the article noted.
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