Pasadena man killed in apparent chainsaw accident is identified

Coroner’s authorities have actually determined a 59-year-old male discovered dead after an apparent dreadful chainsaw mishap at his Pasadena house last week, yet the precise scenarios as well as main cause of death continue to be under examination, officials said.

Robert Edwin Milliken was obvious dead soon prior to 10 a.m. Dec. 4 outside his house in the 2900 block of New York Drive, on the border between Pasadena and Altadena, inning accordance with officials with the L.a Region coroner and also Pasadena Fire Department.

It was not clear for how long the apparent fanatic mishap had happened before he was discovered.


A relative became worried after not learning through Milliken for a few days, Pasadena Fire Department spokesperson Lisa Derderian stated.

“On arrival, police officers located the target, a lifeless male grownup,” Pasadena Police Chief Phillip Sanchez stated in a composed statement. “Proof at the scene recommended the victim suffered deadly lacerations while attempting to cut a huge tree branch.”

It showed up the male was up on a ladder making use of a power saw when he fell, Derderian claimed.

The male had a severed arm as well as a severe cut to his neck, officials claimed.

An autopsy had been completed, but a cause of fatality was postponed pending the outcomes of extra forensic tests, L.a Area Division of Medical Examiner-Coroner Investigator Robert Fierro said.

Authorities detectives were exploring the death as a mishap.

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