Keith Crisco’s toxicology report released


Keith Crisco

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ASHEBORO, N.C. — A toxicology report released Tuesday revealed that there were no drugs or alcohol in Keith Crisco’s blood at the time of his death.

Crisco, who was battling Clay Aiken for the Democratic nomination in the 2nd Congressional District, died at his home in Asheboro on May 12.

Officials say Crisco apparently slipped on a rug outside his home and fell backwards, hitting his head on brick pavers. He died instantly.

Crisco was running for the Democratic nomination in the Second Congressional District but trailed Clay Aiken.

Aiken is now running against the Republican incumbent Renee Ellmers.

Source: WTVD

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