LOS ANGELES — A newly-obtained coroner's report reveals a foul ball led to the death of a California grandmother last August at Dodger Stadium.
According to USA TODAY, Linda Goldbloom, 79, a longtime Dodgers fan, was hit in the head in the top of the ninth inning on Aug. 25.
She died, a few days later, on Aug. 29 of an "acute intracranial hemorrhage" and a "history of blunt force trauma," CBS News reports.
ESPN says television coverage of the Padres-Dodgers game didn't show what happened.
The cable network says Goldbloom was celebrating her recent birthday and 59th wedding anniversary when the tragedy struck.
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