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Michael Mosley coroner puts forward cause of death theory and says likely star was 'exhausted'

Ahead of the release of his report on the cause of death of the much-admired TV health guru Dr Michael Mosley, a Greek coroner has shared his views on what he believes to be the "most likely" reason behind the British presenter's sudden passing while vacationing on the island of Symi.

Dr Mosley vanished from a beach on the island around 1.30pm on Wednesday during an intense Mediterranean heatwave. He was seen heading towards a nearby village before attempting to navigate the rugged terrain. Tragically, just a few hours after his departure, CCTV footage captured at Agios Marina beach showed the esteemed TV doctor descending a rocky incline before reaching his final resting place.

The enigma that shrouds the 67-year-old father of four's demise lies in how he ended up on the opposite side of a fence, just metres away from a bustling tourist location. The coroner tasked with examining his death has suggested that exhaustion could have been a contributing factor to the TV doctor's fate, reports the Mirror.

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Speaking to the Greek newspaper Ta Nea, Coroner Grigoris Leon discussed the circumstances surrounding the British presenter's death in Symi. He said: "The most likely thing in these conditions is for a person of this age to walk under the sun and in a rocky environment, at some point the body will be exhausted."

In anticipation of his comprehensive report, he indicated to the journalist: "The most likely cause of death is from natural causes."

Hellenic Police have separately announced their belief against the doctor's discovery near Agia Marina beach being a result of a fall. They stated, "It is emphasised that from the preliminary