Coroner: Suicide victim wasn't in car 'very long'

The Norwalk man who committed suicide during a vehicle fire early Wednesday morning behind Wal-Mart had battled depression, the county coroner said. The Lucas County Coroner's office performed an autopsy of Joseph W. Van Natta, 24, Thursday. Authorities ruled the cause of death was suicide.
Cary Ashby
Jul 25, 2010

The Norwalk man who committed suicide during a vehicle fire early Wednesday morning behind Wal-Mart had battled depression, the county coroner said.

The Lucas County Coroner's office performed an autopsy of Joseph W. Van Natta, 24, Thursday. Authorities ruled the cause of death was suicide.

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Sara Butler (An...

I knew this this kid. I worked with him and he always seemed so happy and nice. I am very sad about what happened and wish the family the best of luck in times like these. My sympathy goes out to his family! Rest IN PEACE JOE!