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Death of man in Lake Country not considered foul play

Foul play has been ruled out in the suspicious death of a man in Lake Country.

The provincial coroners department confirmed Friday that Kent Alexander Ford, 60, of Kelowna, died of head injuries Nov. 6.

Ford was found Nov. 3 lying unresponsive outside his vehicle, which was parked outside the home of a friend of Ford’s.

Ford was taken to Kelowna General Hospital where he was found to be suffering from a significant head injury.

Despite aggressive medical care, Ford died on Nov. 6.

The coroner and RCMP continue to investigate the death.

 

 

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