Autopsy Report of Kenyan Student who Died in Her Stanford University Room Set to be Released

Clara County Office of the Medical Examiner-Coroner is set to release the postmortem results of a Kenyan student who was found dead at Stanford University last week.

The autopsy report will reportedly be handed over to the deceased family before Sunday.

The lifeless body of 24-year-old Norah Chelagat Borus was found in her on-campus room on Friday.

The deceased’s father traveled to California last weekend in the company of another family member.

The family is planning to airlift her body to Nairobi this week as burial arrangements continue.

Norah, who was the top student in the 2013 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations in Nairobi County and fourth nationally, was studying Computer Science at Stanford until her death.

The deceased is the last-born daughter of Prof. Peter Borus and his wife, Dr. Diana Borus of Kenya’s Ministry of Agriculture.