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Authorities in Pennsylvania are looking into the “suspicious” death of the 84-year-old father of former National Security Adviser Gen. H.R. McMaster.

The Philadelphia Police Department confirmed to Fox 29 that they are investigating the incident surrounding the death of H.R. McMaster, Sr.

His death on April 13 was deemed “suspicious” by authorities, according to WPVI. The Philadelphia district attorney’s office and the Pennsylvania attorney general’s office are also reportedly included in the investigation. McMaster’s father was at Cathedral Village in Roxborough after having a stroke, the outlet said.

It was there, WPVI reported, that he allegedly received ill care and ultimately died after allegedly falling, hitting his head and then being sat in a chair. Police searched Cathedral Village on Tuesday after obtaining a warrant, WPVI said.

James Garrow, a spokesperson for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, told Fox News that an autopsy of McMaster Sr. determined the cause of death to be blunt impact head trauma and the manner was listed as accidental.

Source: Death of H.R. McMaster’s father under investigation, reportedly ‘suspicious’ | Fox News

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