Autopsy report released over the death of Perro Aguayo Jr.

An autopsy report for Perro Aguayo Jr. was released by the Baja California Attorney General’s Office today indicating that Aguayo Jr. suffered a fractured C-1, C-2 and C-3 vertebrae in his neck and died while being transported to a nearby hospital. This contradicts earlier reports that stated Aguayo Jr. was alive while at the hospital.

The report noted that while nothing could be pinpointed as to what exactly happened, two different moments of impact were the culprits and that no level of medical treatment would have made a difference. The Mexico City commission stated that Aguayo Jr. was given a complete physical 15 days earlier and was described as being fine.

Source: The Wrestling Observer/Figure Four Online