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Apr 28, 2016

Publicist: Prince cremated, celebrated in private ceremony

Emergency crews who answered the 911 call in Chanhassen, about 20 miles outside Minneapolis, could not revive Prince, the sheriff said. He said emergency workers did not administer Narcan, a drug they carry to counteract overdoses. Prince's death came two weeks after he canceled concerts in Atlanta, saying he wasn't feeling well. He played a pair of makeup shows April 14 in that city, apologizing to the crowd shortly after coming on stage. Early in the first show, he briefly disappeared from the stage without explanation. After about a minute he returned and apologized, saying he didn't realize how emotional the songs could be. He played the rest of the show without incident and performed three encores. In the later show, he coughed a few times, though the show was again energetic. Then came the reported emergency landing en route to Minnesota. The night after that, Prince hosted a dance party at Paisley Park, where some fans said he looked fine and seemed irked by reports of an illness. Prince didn't play except to tap out a few notes on a piano, and lingered only for a few minutes before disappearing. Prince was slated to perform two shows earlier this week at the Fox Theatre in St. Louis but canceled last week because of health concerns. Sheila E. has told the AP that Prince had physical issues from performing, citing hip and knee problems she said came from years of jumping off risers and stage speakers in heels. But she said she hadn't talked directly with him in several months. The musician had spoken about struggling with childhood epilepsy. It was unclear if his epilepsy carried into adulthood. (Bluffton Today)

Apr 22, 2016

No reason to believe Prince's death was a suicide, sheriff says after autopsy

CHANHASSEN, Minn. — The radio call came in just after 1 a.m. to the air traffic control tower at the Quad City International Airport in eastern Illinois. A private jet needed to land, and quickly. A man onboard was unresponsive. Firefighters and paramedics responded and met the Dassault Falcon 990. They spent 18 minutes attending to the man on the tarmac, before whisking him to a local hospital. The man was Prince, flying home to Minnesota after back-to-back concerts in Atlanta — which were to be his final moments on stage. His brief hospitalization in Moline, Ill., on April 15 took place just six days before he was found dead Thursday at his Paisley Park estate in a suburb of Minneapolis. The cause of death may not be determined for weeks, authorities said Friday. There were no immediate signs of trauma or indications of suicide, and one of the key aspects of the investigation will be his medical history, including previous hospitalizations and any drugs found in his body at the time... (Reading Eagle)

Apr 22, 2016

No sign of foul play or suicide in Prince's death, sheriff says

The iconic musician, who was 57, died Thursday morning in the elevator at his Paisley Park recording studio complex in Chanhassen, Minn. He was last seen at about 8 p.m. Wednesday, when an acquaintance dropped him off at Paisley Park, Sheriff Jim Olson said at a Friday afternoon news conference. Members of his staff tried to contact him Thursday morning and became concerned when they couldn't reach him. At 9:43 a.m. Thursday, police received a 911 call. Emergency responders arrived within minutes, but couldn't revive Prince. He was pronounced dead at 10:07 a.m. An autopsy by the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office was completed at 1 p.m. Friday, officials said, and the body was released to the family. Dr. A. Quinn Strobl performed the autopsy. As part of the autopsy process, other information regarding Prince's medical, social and family history also will be gathered, officials said. The examiner's office said gathering the results could take several days and the results of a full toxicology scan likely wouldn't be available for weeks. Officials with the examiner's office said they wouldn't release any preliminary information and would wait until all the results were obtained. Carver County sheriff's officials said they were still compiling incident reports ... (Reading Eagle)

Apr 22, 2016

Police find no signs of trauma or suicide in Prince's death

CHANHASSEN, MINNESOTA – There was no evidence of trauma on Prince’s body when he was found unresponsive in an elevator at his huge compound or any indication the music icon committed suicide, U.S. authorities said Friday. Stunned fans massed outside the superstar’s Paisley Park studio complex on the outskirts of Minneapolis are looking to an autopsy carried out earlier in the day to resolve the mystery around the sudden loss of their idol. But medical officials cautioned it could be weeks before they can conclusively say what killed the enigmatic award-winning musician, whose death at age 57 plunged the entertainment world into grief. Prince was found dead on Thursday, a week after he was hospitalized for flu-like symptoms that he later downplayed. There have been reports the incident may have been triggered by an overdose of an opioid-based painkiller. “We have no reason to believe at this point that this was a suicide,” Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson told a packed news conference. “... (The Japan Times)

Apr 22, 2016

Prince autopsy completed, 'no obvious signs of trauma,' sheriff says

Brown, Jimi Hendrix and George Clinton.” At about 9:45 a.m. local time Thursday, deputies responded to a “medical call” at Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, where they found Prince unresponsive in an elevator, according to a statement from the Carver County Sheriff’s Office. Emergency personnel performed CPR but were not able to revive him, authorities said, and Prince was pronounced dead at the scene at 10:07 a.m. The Carver County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death with the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office and the Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office. Carver County Chief Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Kamerud told the Associated Press that it’s too early in the investigation to speculate about what led to Prince’s death, adding that foul play “is neither suspected nor not suspected.” Prince was reportedly hospitalized after his plane made an emergency landing April 15. According to TMZ, the entertainer had been battling the flu; the Minneapolis Star Tribune, citing two sources close to the artist, reported that he was back home by that evening. The following night, Prince held a party at Paisley Park; he posted a photo early Sunday morning, showing a scene from the compound in Chanhassen, southwest of Minneapolis. Making a brief appearance at that party, Prince played “Chopsticks” on a purple Yamaha piano and showed off a new purple guitar, the Star Tribune reported. “I have to leave it in the case or I’ll be tempted to play it,” Prince said of the guitar. “I can’t play the guitar at all these days, so I can keep my mind on this piano and get better.” Regarding his health scare, the newspaper reported, Prince said: “Wait a few days before you waste any prayers.” Thursday night, the Carver County Sheriff’s Office released a transcript of a 911 call in which an unidentified man told a dispatcher that he needed help with an unconscious person at Paisley Park. “So yea, um, the person is dead here,” the man said. Throughout the call, the dispatcher kept asking the man to find the address of the home. “I’m working on it, I’m working on it,” he replied. “OK, do we know how the person died?” the dispatcher asked. “I don’t know, I don’t know,” the man said. Moments later, he alerted the authorities to their location. “Paisley Park,” he said. “You’re at Paisley Park; OK, that’s in Chanhassen,” the dispatcher said. “Are you with the person who’s . . .” “Yes,” the man interrupted, “it’s Prince.” Soon after news emerged of his death, fans gathered to mourn and leave flowers outside Prince’s Paisley Park compound as well as the storied First Avenue music venue in Minneapolis, where he filmed “Purple Rain.” Fans stood outside the nightclub, touching a star etched with the late musician’s name. By mid-afternoon, well over 100 fans and neighbors were milling around on a small grassy hill in front of Paisley Park, where the sun broke through after a morning of rain showers. Some attached flowers and purple... (New Haven Register)

Apr 22, 2016

The death of Prince: What we know now

Thursday at his Paisley Park compound in the Minneapolis suburb of Chanhassen. He was 57. Here is a real-time update of all developments in his death. 11:30 p.m. ET: San Francisco joined other cities in commemorating the music legend, lighting its city hall building in purple lights. Cleveland's Terminal Tower, New York City's Empire State Building and Paris' Eiffel Tower are also lit in memory of Prince. Loading... 10:38 p.m. ET: Filmmaker Spike Lee, a friend and collaborator of Prince, posted pictures on his Facebook page of a block party devoted to the icon outside of his home in Brooklyn, N.Y. 9:33 p.m. ET: SiriusXM announced it launched a Prince Tribute Channel that will that will run through Friday, April 29, on channel 50. The channel will feature the entire body of Prince's work as well as the work of artists with whom he was closely linked, SiriusXM president Scott Greenstein said. 8:27 p.m. ET: The Carver's County Sheriff's Office has released a transcript of the 911 call from Paisley Park. An unidentified male caller tells the dispatch... (11alive.com)