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Medical Examiner: Former MO Rep Cora Faith Walker died of heart condition

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Former Missouri State Representative Cora Faith Walker died from a heart condition. Walker, 37, died after walking out of her room at the Loews Hotel on March 11. A Good Samaritan called 911 at 8:55 a.m. and attempted to resuscitate the fallen St. Louis County leader.
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Medical Examiner: Former MO Rep Cora Faith Walker died of heart condition

Medical Examiner Dr. Michael Graham says Walker died of non-ischemic cardiomyopathy, an arrhythmia or electrical issue that caused an irregular heartbeat.

2 months ago·Philadelphia, United States
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St Louis Post-Dispatch

Medical report: Cora Walker died of heart disease; no illicit drugs found

'It's a heart disease, and she had some kind of cardiac rhythm disturbance,' medical examiner says.

2 months ago·St. Louis, United States
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Fox 2 Now St Louis

Medical examiner: Cora Faith Walker died from heart disease

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - A former Missouri state representative from the St. Louis area was found unconscious on the morning of Friday, March 11, in a hallway at the Loews Hotel in Downtown St. Louis. Cora Faith Walker was just 37-years-old when she died.There is no active local or federal investigation into Walker’s death. The St. Louis Medical Examiner’s Office says that she died from heart disease. Her heart just stopped working. The form of heart di…

2 months ago·St. Louis, United States
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KSDK

Former Missouri Representative Cora Faith Walker died of heart condition, St. Louis medical examiner rules

Dr. Michael Graham said no illicit substances were found in Walker's system.

2 months ago·St. Louis, United States
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KMOV St.Louis

Cora Faith Walker died of a heart condition, Medical Examiner says

Former Missouri State Representative Cora Faith Walker died from a heart condition, the St. Louis Medical Examiner confirmed Wednesday.

2 months ago·St. Louis, United States
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River Front Times

St. Louis Medical Official Says Cora Faith Walker Died of Heart Condition

Medical officials say former Missouri state representative Cora Faith Walker’s cause of death was due to a heart disease. First reported by KSDK, St. Louis Medical Examiner Michael Graham says Walker died of a heart condition known as nonischemic cardiomyopathy. Graham explained the condition as a disease of the heart muscle, one that usually affects older people with high blood pressure, but he said that Walker did not have high blood pressure.

2 months ago·St. Louis, United States
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