Saturday, May 11, 2019

  

Toxicology test results due in death of disabled advocate

DANBURY – The cause of death of Herbert Ruehle, 63, an ardent advocate for people with disabilities, whose body was found by a maintenance worker in a grassy area on an off ramp of Interstate 84 in Danbury May 2 awaits the results of toxicological testing.

The Kent resident died with “no indication of foul play,” said Connecticut State Police.

Sgt. Dwight Washington described the death as being “untimely,” but he did not elaborate.

The sergeant said his office was awaiting the results of the toxicological testing which can take anywhere from six to eight weeks.

 

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