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Michael Mosley's body was found on an island in Greece

Michael Mosley's body was found on an island in Greece

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The body of the British broadcaster was found on a Greek island. The authorities did not rule out the possibility of a crime occurring. Michael Mosley had been missing for five days.

Michael Mosley had been missing for five days when search and rescue teams found him dead on the Greek island of Symi.

According to the British press, the broadcaster's wife informed the authorities on Thursday morning, after Mosley did not return from a walk on the beach of Agios Nikolaos, in the Aegean Sea.

The cause of death is not yet officially known, howeveraccording to BBCMosley died last Wednesday afternoon, the day of his disappearance, of natural causes.

Greek police also revealed that an initial autopsy found no injuries on the body that could have caused death. stillThe authorities did not rule out the possibility of a crime occurring.

Hey A body was found on a hill next to the beach barThis happened in the early hours of last Sunday, about 30 minutes away from where he was last seen.

a Doctor and presenter Saliha Ahsan, who worked alongside Mosley, has already spoken highly of it.

“I think in the last few days, we were all anticipating another scenario, another ending. Michael was resourceful. Throughout his career, he pushed his body to the limits, in the name of science, in the name of finding better health. “I think we were all hoping for a different ending. . Firstly, my condolences to Michael’s family at this time,” says Saleha Ahsan, recalling the life of the broadcaster.

Ihsan also highlights the professionalism and kindness of the British doctor.

“The man we listened to, whether on radio or television, was very friendly and approachable on screen, and that in itself is an art, to be able to present ourselves in that way. And he was just like that. Michael is a patriot” when I met him, in those The first moments, he made me feel very comfortable. He was very professional, but also very human,” recalls the British doctor and TV presenter.

About 20 firefighters and police officers conducted searches in recent days, with the help of the Coast Guard, helicopters, drones and police dogs.

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The 67-year-old has been a familiar face to Britons for two decades.

Hey The British doctor and TV presenter has become famous for testing the limits of the human body and challenging science in the pursuit of health for all.