Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) - LATEST UPDATE: According to a report released by police, an employee first contacted hotel security after hearing a loud noise in the chute around 2 a.m. the night of the incident. They then called police.
Kalli Medina-Brown suffered severe damage to her body from the fall.
SECOND UPDATE: The Clark County coroner has ruled Kalli Medina-Brown's death an accident and said she died of multiple blunt force injuries.
UPDATE: Police said Tuesday that the preliminary investigation determined the woman fell from the 18th floor to the laundry collection area on the 3rd floor.
Initially Las Vegas homicide detectives were investigating. They later determined there is no evidence that suggested Kalli Medina-Brown was a victim of a homicide or any other crime. Detectives wrapped up their investigation.
The Clark County coroner has not yet released a cause of death.
The grandfather of the woman found dead in a laundry chute at The D hotel-casino spoke to 13 Action News.
Las Vegas homicide detectives are investigating it as a suspicious death. The Clark County coroner is still working to determine her cause of death.
According to family, this is Kalli Medina Brown and her husband. Her body was found at bottom of hotel laundry chute pic.twitter.com/5Ag4QY8mwM— Marissa Kynaston (@marissaktnv) February 23, 2016
In a statement, a spokesperson for the D Las Vegas said:
"We are saddened by the unfortunate incident that took place at the D Las Vegas. We are cooperating with the authorities and cannot comment on the ongoing investigation."
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