Coroners Act In the matter of the Coroner's Findings and Recommendations regarding the death of Ms Wendy Murphy and Ms Natalie McCormack dated 14 March 2017
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(ii) The time of death was 4.33am on 29 March 2015. The place of death was 33 Bokhara Street, Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. (iii) The cause of death was from haemorrhage following a stab wound to the front of the right thigh. (iv) The particulars required to register the death are: 1. The deceased is Natalie McCormack. 2. The deceased is of Aboriginal descent. 3. The deceased was employed as a youth worker at Tangentyere Safe House at the time of her death. 4. The death was reported to the coroner by Police. 5. The cause of death was confirmed by Forensic Pathologist, Dr John Rutherford. 6. The deceased's mother was Margaret Pearce and her father was Peter McCormack. Dated this 21st day of September 2016. 49 JUDGE GREG CAVANAGH TERRITORY CORONER
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