More tests planned after Ohio death

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LORAIN, Ohio (AP) – A coroner’s office say further tests and investigation are needed to determine what caused the death of an Ohio concertgoer found at a Lorain County landfill.

The Lorain County Coroner’s Office said Thursday that the autopsy is complete for 22-year-old Cory Barron of Fremont. But coroner’s officials say they expect the investigation into his death to take over a month to complete.

Cleveland police say Barron may have fallen down a five- or six-story garbage chute at Progressive Field in Cleveland and landed in a large waste container.

Barron went missing Friday night while attending a Jason Aldean concert at the Cleveland Indians’ home stadium. A worker spotted his body Monday after a garbage truck emptied its load in a landfill near Oberlin, about 35 miles west of Cleveland.

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