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Seattle Man's Death Considered Homicide by Coroner

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PASCO, Wash--  26 year-old Christopher Craig's death is now being called a homicide by the Franklin County Coroner.  The coroner has confirmed the cause of death is the result of a stab wound to his chest.

The coroner tells KNDU Craig went into what's called a hemhoratic shock; in other words, his body went into shock from losing too much blood.

The Pasco Police have not released any new details about the incident.  What we do know is a  fight happened at the 200 block of Bonneville in Pasco on new year's.  Craig died at Lourde's Medical Center.  There were two other men involved.  They were both at being treated at separate hospitals in the Tri-Cities.

The case is still under investigation.  At this time police are not saying if they have any suspects or if they have made any arrests.  Anyone with information is asked to call police.