Quentin Norman Obituary, Death – The office of the Ector County Medical Examiner has made public the name of the deceased man whose body was discovered inside a recreational vehicle (RV) in Ector County in September after the RV caught fire. The RV had been in the county for about a month before the fire occurred. In Ector County, the recreational vehicle (RV) had caught fire. The unfortunate occurrence took place in the month of September.
On the morning of September 7, 2022, our crews were among the first to respond to calls for help, and the fire on Conger Road was one of the emergencies they were called to. In addition, our crews were among the first to respond to calls for help. The recreational vehicle (RV) was searched thoroughly, and the skeletal remains of a human being were discovered inside. It was decided, in order to carry out an investigation, that we should get in touch with the office of the medical examiner that serves Ector County. It was necessary to take these steps before proceeding with the investigation.
It was hypothesized that the person in question was Quentin David Norman, and that he had reached the age of 54 at the time of the incident. The investigators were able to establish, on November 17, that the body that had been discovered was in fact that of the person who had been reported missing after conducting an autopsy and comparing DNA samples to those of known relatives. This was done by comparing DNA samples to those of known relatives. In order to arrive at this conclusion, DNA samples were analyzed and compared to those of individuals who were already known to be related to the deceased. In addition, an autopsy was carried out.
The individual’s next of kin have been briefed on the events that transpired prior to, during, and immediately following the passing of their relative. The office of the medical examiner has issued a statement indicating that the investigation into the cause of death as well as the manner in which the person died is still ongoing at this time. The statement also indicates that the investigation into the manner in which the person died is still ongoing.