Oneida County Coroner determines the cause of death of the AT&T shooter

(WKTV) - The Oneida County Coroner has completed the autopsy on Abraham Dickan. The cause of death is internal hemorrhaging.
    
The coroner says Dickan was shot several times and bullets struck his major organs; the heart, liver intestines, and a kidney.
   
Dickan, 79, opened fire inside the AT&T store on Commercial Drive Thursday. Dickan was shot dead inside the store by off-duty Rome police officer Donald Moore.
    
The coroner says Dickan was dead within a few minutes of being shot.

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