Cause of death of Bank of America Merrill Lynch intern revealed


Cause of death revealed.

Bloomberg News reports that Moritz Erhardt, the 21-year-old former Bank of America Merrill Lynch intern, died of epilepsy, a British coroner’s court said after a post-mortem examination.

The London coroner’s court will hold an inquest on November 22 into the death of Erhardt, who was on a seven-week pre-graduate program in London, a spokesman for the court said.

The death on August 15th was treated as non-suspicious by the Metropolitan Police.

Erhardt was found unconscious at Claredale House, a student residential facility in East London. He was pronounced dead at the scene after being treated by paramedics.

The BBC had previously reported that Erhardt suffered from epilepsy.

Epilepsy is a condition that affects the brain and causes repeated seizures, also known as fits.

Epilepsy affects more than 500,000 people in the UK. This means almost 1 in 100 people has the condition. Epilepsy usually begins during childhood, although it can start at any age.

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