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Default Inmate dies at High Rock Conservation Camp

Inmate dies at High Rock Conservation Camp
by Heather Muller , 6/4/2006

A 41-year-old inmate died Thursday evening at the High Rock Conservation Camp in Southern Humboldt County, evidently of natural causes.

Humboldt County Coroner Frank Jager said Donald Kevin Scott, a kitchen worker at the inmate camp, died of an apparent heart attack.

Jager said Scott had reportedly been complaining of chest pains earlier in the day. “When he died, he was in an area away from the rest of the crew,” Jager said. “They went into that area and they found him down.”

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Default Autopsy determines inmate died of 'natural causes'

Autopsy determines inmate died of 'natural causes'
by Christine Bensen-Messinger, 6/9/2006

San Jose resident Donald Kevin Scott, 41, reportedly collapsed shortly before 6:30 p.m. on June 1.

“He died from an acute mild infarction or a heart attack,” said Humboldt County Coroner Frank Jager. “It’s a natural death.”

The autopsy, which was conducted Wednesday, showed that there was no evidence of other trauma to the inmate’s body, he said.

It appears Scott suffered from coronary artery disease, which means blocked arteries.

“As far as we knew he had no previous diagnosis of this disease,” Jager said.

Lt. Mark Williamson, who is in charge of the California Department of Corrections inmate camp, said officers were unaware that there could be a problem until the incident occurred.

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