New report confirms official cause of Noah Chamberlin’s death
JACKSON, Tenn. — A new report from the Center for Forensic Medicine in Nashville confirms Noah Chamberlin died of hypothermia and also lists his cause of death as an accident.
Preliminary autopsy results from January also listed the cause of the 2-year-old’s death as hypothermia.
The new report lists environmental hypothermia as the cause of death and does not list a contributory cause of death.
Noah’s body was found Jan. 21 in a clearing less than two miles from the home in Pinson where he went missing a week before.
Noah reportedly went missing around 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14, while on a nature hike with his grandmother and 4-year-old sister in the woods behind their home, according to Tom Mapes, Public Information Officer with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office.
The search for the toddler lasted almost a week and covered around 1,000 acres. Law enforcement officers and hundreds of volunteers endured rain, snow and freezing temperatures.