Scottish singer Darius Campbell Danesh’s cause of death has been revealed to be an accident from a toxic chemical

pop idol Star Darius Campbell Danesh’s cause of death was found to be an accident caused by chloroethane inhalation. The beloved Scottish singer was found dead at his Minnesota home last month at the age of 41. The Southern Minnesota Regional Medical Investigation Bureau ruled that his death was an accident caused by “toxic effects of chloroethane” that resulted in his asphyxiation. A statement from the singer’s family said police found “no evidence of intent or suspicious circumstances.” Chloroethane, also commonly referred to as “ethyl chloride”, is commonly used to induce anesthesia in a medical setting. However, ethyl chloride is flammable and narcotic, and also toxic if consumed in excess. In 2001, Danesh became popular on the reality show thanks to a cover of Britney Spears’ “…Baby One More Time.” pop starsand makes it to the last three american idol‘s sister series pop idol.