AUTOPSY: Kenneth Keith Kallenbach Killed By Death

kenkeithkallenbach.jpgINQUIRER: The comedian Kenneth Keith Kallenbach died of complications from cystic fibrosis, according to an autopsy report released yesterday by the Delaware County medical examiner. Kallenbach’s family has alleged that he did not receive the proper medical treatment for his condition while in the county prison and that his health deteriorated dramatically. Kallenbach, 39, was best known as a member of the “Wack Pack” on Howard Stern’s radio show. He suffered from the inherited disease and died April 24 at Riddle Memorial Hospital after being transferred from the George W. Hill Correctional Facility in Thornbury, where he had been held since mid-March. Since 2005, at least eight people have died at the Delaware County facility, the state’s only privately run jail. Several of those deaths resulted in lawsuits by family members who said the facility did not provide adequate medical care or proper supervision for inmates. MORE

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