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Michael Mosley post mortem confirms how TV doctor died as 'criminal act' ruled out

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Michael Mosley's post mortem has ruled out any "criminal act" involved in the TV doctor's death. The popular health expert was found dead on Sunday after disappearing while on holiday on the Greek island of Symi.The 67-year-old had set off for a solo walk on Wednesday afternoon but never came home.

His panicked wife, Dr Clare Bailey, had a major search launched before his body was found by a camera crew.The grim discovery sparked numerous theories about the final moments of the presenter, who was known for his appearances on This Morning and BBC Radio 4's Just One Thing.A coroner in Rhodes has since found Dr Mosley died at 4pm on the day he went missing, just two-and-a-half hours after he set off for his hillwalk alone.

It was also found he died after sitting down and passing out in the extreme 40C heat.Greek publication ProTherma claims the coroner believes Dr Mosley sat down with his hand on a nearby terrace, seemingly casting doubt on previous reports he had fallen down a small cliff.The post mortem appears to rule out any foul play, as he did not have any injuries that indicated criminal activity.

A police source told The Mirror interim findings suggest it is impossible to determine an exact cause of death, due to the advanced decomposition of the body.They said: “The way the body was positioned suggests that first he sat down and then he died.

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