Two months ago, a Dallas woman died after she was restrained while being transported to a medical facilityby Dallas Fire-Rescue. Now, a cause of death has been released.
LaDamonyon Hall’s relatives had criticized officers and paramedics who had gone to the scene. An east Dallas car dealership had contacted them stating that Hall was causing a disturbance.
Paramedics wanted to take Hall for an evaluation after noticing signs that she was having a medical emergency. However, a 38-minute recording depicted her strongly resisting. She was placed in handcuffs and taken with a “spit hood” on her head.
Hall fell unresponsive as she was being transported and was declared deceased at a medical facility.
Now, the Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office’s autopsy report reveals that Hall died as a result of cocaine, methamphetamine, and PCP.