TV doctor Michael Mosley’s cause of death on Greek island revealed


An initial post-mortem report has revealed that Popular British TV doctor, Michael Mosley likely died of natural causes.

According to Sky News 67-year-old Mosley was found dead on the Greek island of Symi on Sunday, five days after his wife, Dr Clare Bailey reported him missing.

Dr Michael Mosley died of natural causes, an initial post-mortem report has revealed. Picture: Brook Mitchell/Getty Images
Dr Michael Mosley died of natural causes, an initial post-mortem report has revealed. Photo: Brook Mitchell/Getty Images.

Following a five-day search, the British TV presenter’s body was discovered on Sunday near a fence beside a bar, approximately a 30-minute walk from where he was last seen in Pedi.

The discovery occurred when Greek officials relocated their search operations to a labyrinth of caves known locally as “The Abyss,” which consists of water-filled tunnels.

Mosley’s family confirmed that his body was discovered on rocky terrain about 100 metres from a beach resort, indicating that safety was not far from where he was.

“He did an incredible climb, took the wrong route and collapsed where he couldn’t be easily seen by the extensive search team,” Mosley’s wife, Clare Bailey said.

“We had an incredibly lucky life together. We loved each other very much and were so happy together.”

Source: Sky News




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