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A day at the Coroner's office 

A mock crime scene offered guests an opportunity to help determine manner of death.
A close up of the mock crime scene delivers important clues.
A crashed auto on display shows the dangers of drinking and driving. Two teenagers were killed in this particular accident.
Connie Fulp of the Coroner’s Office offers punch and cookies as guests arrive.
A cornhole game with victim outline.
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Saleem Rolle poses with his copy of the crime scene evaluation sheet provided for visitors to mark injures noted on the mock victim.
The Coroner’s office mascot greets visitors.
The Autopsy suite.
Autopsy Supervisor Dominique Battles explains investigation and procedure.
Forensic Pathologist Joye Carter
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Forensic Pathologist Joye Carter
Fingerprint tools help the office identify the unidentifiable.
The X-ray room.
One of two storage refrigerators in the Coroner’s office. This unit can accommodate up to 30 bodies. The second unit is used for overflow and the decomposing. Temperature inside is kept at 42-43 degrees.
Metal caskets.
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