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THE autopsy of a Scottish woman found dead in a Santa Ponsa flat on Tuesday has revealed that she died of natural causes.
Coroner Antonio Siquier said that death had been caused by a pulmonary edema which led to respiratory insufficiency and a heart attack.
The Guardia Civil has now closed its investigation into the case, unless the judge orders further investigation.
The body of the woman, idenfied as H. I. J. M., was found dead in bed by her companion, W. H. R., who called the police.
A doctor was called but was only able to certify the death.
A routine investigation was opened and it was reported that the couple had quarrelled the previous day. The man was questioned but was not held.
The woman, aged 58, was reported to have been frail and was on medication.
They were spending a few days holiday in a flat in Santa Ponsa's Calle Ramon de Moncada, according to reports.
Santa Ponsa is a beach resort in the municipality of Calvia.


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