Tehran (IP) - Iranian Legal Medicine Organization (LMO) in a statement mention the death cause of Mahsa Amini Cerebral hypoxia (lack of oxygen to the brain).

Iran Press/Iran news: Mahsa Amini, 22, died due to a sudden heart attack as she was brought to a police center in Tehran on Tuesday, September 13, for the violation of dress codes along with some other women.

The Iranian Legal Medicine Organization issued a statement on Friday and said: "Based on the hospital medical records, CT scan  of the brain and lungs, the results of the physical examination of the body and autopsy, and the pathology tests, the death of the girl in question was not due to hitting her on the head nor other vital organs of the body."

The statement also said that despite the resuscitation operation by the emergency staff, the respiratory aid was failed to work.

Despite being transferred to Kasra hospital and the efforts of Hospital's medical staff, the patient Mahsa Amini died due to multiple organ failure (MOF) caused by cerebral hypoxia on Friday, September 6, it added.

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