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Pathologist details the injuries to David Hansen

Posted: Wed, Jul 10, 2019 2:07 PM

Wednesday morning's testimony in the Jacob Seelinger murder trial revolved around the medical details of David Hansen's death.

Pathologist Dr. Jon Thompson,who autopsied Hansen's body, reported there was a broken jaw, two broken ribs, bruised lungs, blunt force chest wounds and a head injury.  The head injury was the most serious, since there was evidence of a subdural hemorrhage.  Dr. Johnson described the head injury as "life-threatening."

18-year-old Jacob Seelinger of Decorah is charged with first degree murder in connection with an assault on 47-year-old David Hansen July 12th of last year in Freeport.