Who was Dr. Kelsey Musgrove and what was her cause of death? Wisconsin doctor found dead: In accordance, A Wisconsin surgeon and hiker were discovered dead on a local trail in the state at least 1 week after she has last contacted her family-with her body turning up close to a waterfall with a steep 90-feet dropoff. The 26-years-old, Kelsey Musgrove had informed her family that she had reached Potato River Falls in the town of Gurney on Saturday, 26th of March 2022, as per the sheriffs in Iron County. 4 days later on Wednesday, 30th of March 2022, cops in her native Middletown asked the country to search for the cardiothoracic surgery associate at the University of Wisconsin. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who was Dr. Kelsey Musgrove?
Authorities discovered her car of Musgrove in the parking lot at Potato River Falls and discovered her body near a 90-feet waterfall on Sunday, 3rd of April 2022, they stated in a press release. The office of the sheriff stated it does not suspect foul play in connection to her demise. but did not yet give a reason. They wrote that “All indications at the scene and details from family and pals lead us to believe she had gone hiking along Potato River and had not come back to her vehicle.”
Dr. Kelsey Musgrove found dead
Cops further added, “We would like to express our sincere condolences to the family of Kelsey.” UW Health, where Musgrove did her fellowship, put out a statement of their own lamenting her demise. The mouthpiece of Emily Kumlien stated, “We are deeply saddened by the ultimate loss of our colleague Dr. Kelsey Musgrove.”
Dr. Kelsey Musgrove Death Cause
She further added, “She was identified by her peers as a great surgeon, an outstanding mentor, and an incredibly positive and kind spirit. Our deep thoughts and condolences are with her family and friends at the time of this difficult time.” Sara Margaret Grossi, a frequent travel companion and close pal of Musgrove also wrote about her mourning on her Facebook page.
How did Dr. Kelsey Musgrove die?
“I could always cheer her up no matter how big the issue with pistachio ice cream. I can’t fix this with a few scoops this time but I can keep loving her even though she is not here to lay under the stars with the anymore and guess constellations. We will meet again 1 day in those stars and awkwardly wink at one another and laugh.”
A companion doctor at UW Health recalled her in another Facebook post.