After a Taylor Swift concert in Brazil, a fan passed away from extreme heat

The cause of death for a fan who passed away during a Taylor Swift tour stop in Rio de Janeiro was heat exhaustion, medical examiners reported on Wednesday.

 Ana Clara Benevides, 23, went into cardiorespiratory arrest due to heat exposure, according to Rio's Forensic Medical Institute. 

It was also confirmed that the 23-year-old had no underlying medical conditions or drug use history that could have contributed to her demise.

On November 17, Benevides passed away following Swift's performance at the outdoor Estádio Olímpico Nilton Santos. 

 Rio was experiencing a heat wave that was breaking records at the time of her death, with a daily heat index of about 125 degrees Fahrenheit. 

According to the forensic report, the intense heat resulted in "serious compromise of her lungs and sudden death."

Before the concert, fans had to wait for hours to get inside the stadium, and those who were there saw that security would not let water be brought inside, even though there wasn't much of it. 

Because of this gap, authorities such as Flávio Dino, Brazil's minister of justice, and Rio mayor Eduardo Paes ordered concert promoters to provide fans with water and other heat-related precautions. 

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