A 51-year-old Croatian man is dead after falling from a 10-foot ladder — but medical experts at the Journal of Forensic Pathology reported that COVID-19 killed him. What are the details? According to a Thursday report from the New York Post, the man — a construction worker — fell from the ladder while working at a job site in Croatia. He was declared dead at the scene and was discovered with cuts and bruises to the head, but doctors performing an autopsy determined that COVID-19 caused the accident because "effects of the illness were disorienting." The report, titled "Accidental death from a fall from height at workplace turned out to be a COVID-19 death," noted his physical injuries. "External examination of the body made by the coroner revealed lacerations on both sides of his forehead, minor abrasions on the face and elbows, and a bruise on the left hand," the report revealed. "Traces of blood were present on the ground near head."However, in addition to the unnamed man's external injuries, doctors reportedly discovered that the man previously suffered from respiratory distress before his death. "During the autopsy, doctors found that
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