Country Music Singer Luke Bell’s Cause of Death Ruled an Accident
Written by Brayden McCoy on September 21, 2022
Country Music singer Luke Bell, born in Lexington, Kentucky, was raised in Cody, Wyoming. He attended Cody High School and graduated in 2008.
Bell passed away in August 2022, and the cause of his death has been confirmed.
Tucson, Arizona police have revealed that Bell’s autopsy report shows that Bell died of a fentanyl overdose and the manner of his death has been ruled an accident.
According to Fox News, “Bell was reportedly found unresponsive by a passerby in a shaded area of a parking structure. Drug paraphernalia was also found.”
“In consideration of the known circumstances surrounding this death, the available medical history, and the examination of the remains, the cause of death is ascribed to fentanyl intoxication,” the Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office writes in the report. “The manner of death is accident.”
Bell had been reported missing six days before he died by the Saving Country Music blog. A blog post suggests Bell was on a trip to Tucson with close friends. Saving Country Music also notes that Bell suffered from bipolar disorder.
Bell was 32 years old.