‘Blunt Force Trauma To The Head’ Killed Canadian Nicole Dempster

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Canadian homicide victim, Nicole Dempster, died as a result of injury to the head, according to a post mortem examination report issued Tuesday.

Police quote the report as saying that the 34-year old died as a result of ‘Cerebral oedema, secondary to right subdural hematoma due to blunt force trauma to the head.’

Cerebral edema occurs when fluid builds up around the brain, causing an increase in pressure known as intracranial pressure.

A subdural hematoma is is a collection of blood outside the brain.

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Both conditions occur in the case of severe head injuries.

Police say they found the body of Nicole Dempster at her home about 11:10 p.m. on Sunday, December 20, 2020, after officers attached to the Gros Islet station responded to a report of a homicide at Beausejour, Gros Islet.

She was pronounced dead at the scene by a medical examiner.

On Monday night, Police arrested a male suspect at Bexon.

They disclosed that the suspect was known to Dempster.

He cannot be named until charges are laid.

The Nicole Dempster homicide was one of four that occurred during a 48 hour period.

So far for the year, Saint Lucia has recorded 51 homicides.

Headline photo caption: Nicole Dempster


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