Lottery winner, poisoned by cyanide, is reburied in Chicago
(MCT) — CHICAGO — The body of a Chicago man who died of cyanide poisoning last summer after winning a million-dollar lottery prize was reburied Monday, three days after his remains were exhumed for an autopsy as part of a homicide investigation.
About half a dozen workers at Rosehill Cemetery wheeled Urooj Khan’s body on a gurney from the back of a white minivan to under a tent at his grave site. The body was then lowered into the ground while two of Khan’s relatives stood at the grave site in the bitter cold.
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