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Was Gianna Bryant buried? ›

LOS ANGELES — Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, were buried Friday in a cemetery near the family's Southern California home, according to death certificates.

What does an autopsy report look like? ›

An autopsy report includes details of all the observations, examinations and tests of the body. It typically states the cause of death and the general manner of death. Based on scientific and medical evidence, the pathologist lists the manner of death as one of five categories: Accident.

Were the bodies intact from the helicopter crash? ›

The reports by the Los Angeles County coroner's office provide a clinical but unvarnished look at just how brutal the crash was, describing broken bones, dismembered body parts and a stench of fuel on what remained of clothing that burned.

Will Kobe Bryant be buried with his daughter? ›

Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna were buried Feb. 7 in a private ceremony in Corona del Mar, California, according to death certificates released Tuesday by Los Angeles County officials. The burial occurred at Pacific View Memorial Park, which is near the family's home in Orange County.

Did Gianna Bryant pass away? ›

What does Gianna do now? ›

She is currently on faculty at Artistic Dance Exchange, Wild Dance Intensive for the Star Dance Alliance, Crew Studio, Broadway Dance Center, Millennium Dance Complex, and serves as a guest instructor and competition judge around the world.

Why did John shoot Gianna? ›

Santino sends Ares, his mute bodyguard, to observe John's mission. In Rome, Italy, John infiltrates Gianna's coronation, confronting her in her dressing room. Faced with certain death, Gianna chooses to slit her wrists. As Gianna dies, John shoots her in the head to end her suffering and fulfill the marker.

Why is the tongue removed during autopsy? ›

The tongue is removed during autopsy to thoroughly examine the oral cavity, access other throat structures, document any abnormalities, take tissue samples for further examination, and eliminate obstruction.

Which two organs are not weighed during an autopsy? ›

All organs, except for the intestines and stomach are weighed.

What are the 5 manners of death? ›

The classifications are natural, accident, suicide, homicide, undetermined, and pending. Only medical examiner's and coroners may use all of the manners of death. Other certifiers must use natural or refer the death to the medical examiner.

Is Kobe Bryant buried in an unmarked grave? ›

At the time, a grave decorated with purple and yellow flowers was suspected to be theirs, as purple and yellow are Lakers colours. However, the officials working at the cemetery confirmed that the Bryants were buried at an unmarked plot.

What was Bear Bryant buried with? ›

Where is Gail Kobe buried? ›

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