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Broc Cresta’s Death Ruled Accidental [AUDIO]

Broc Cresta, in light blue shirt. (Cheyenne Frontier Days via Facebook)

Laramie County Coroner Marty Luna says according to an autopsy report, team Roper Broc Cresta’s death during Cheyenne Frontier Days was ruled an accident.

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(Mr. Cresta died as a result of a mixture of alcohol and prescription oxycodone)

 

Cresta was found by his girlfriend on July 28th in his travel trailer at Frontier Park. Cresta was the 14th ranked team roping heeler in the PRCA. he was 25 at the time of his death.

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