Police surgeon: George Floyd died of positional asphyxia
Dr. William Smock, emergency room physician and police surgeon from Louisville, KY, says after reviewing George Floyd's case he determined he died of positional asphyxia and ruled out excited delirium. Dr. Smock is a medical expert for the prosecution in the Derek Chauvin trial.
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