Jul 13, 2017 - From staff reportsAt least four other people have died from the same cause this year in Fremont County.
Another Fremont County resident has died of alcohol poisoning, according to toxicology reports released this week.
Cameron B. C'Bearing, 42, died at about 5:30 a.m. June 23 of aspiration and asphyxia due to acute ethanol toxicity, a release from the Fremont County Coroner's Office states.
Toxicology testing showed his blood-alcohol content was .479 at the time of his death.
Fremont County Coroner Mark Stratmoen said there was nothing suspicious about the incident.
He has labeled C'Bearing's death an accident.
C'Bearing is referred to as a "lifelong Fremont County resident" in his obituary. He was born in Riverton and attended schools in St. Stephen's.
His obituary says he died at St. Stephen's.
At least four other people have died of alcohol poisoning this year in Fremont County: Ivan J. Bear, 44, on April 27; Johann Legend-Tillman, 24, on April 17; Dominic Fightingbear, 40, on April 3; and Millani Watt, 14, on March 17.
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