United Kingdom coroner awaiting take a look at outcomes on late Cranberries singer

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Aged just 46 at the time of her passing, the death is being treated as unexplained but non-suspicious, with the results of the post-mortem examination yet to be revealed.

"Dolores' had great spirituality and having met her mother today, it's easy see why". She left Ireland for several years after that to have time for herself.

Her art is lovely.

"The London ambulance service was contacted and verified her death at the scene", Stephen Earl, an officer for the Westminster coroner's court, said on Friday.

Her coffin has been carried into Saint Joseph's Church in her home town of Limerick as members of the public gathered to mourn by her side this afternoon.

The late Cranberries singer will lie in repose at St Joseph's Church until 4pm.

One of O'Riordan's gifts, though, was to channel the pain and violence of the daily headlines into polemics against the inhumanity she witnessed in the world.

Her funeral mass will take place on Tuesday morning in St Ailbe's Church followed by a private family burial.

O'Riordan's remains will be reposed at Cross' Funeral Home in Ballyneety tomorrow (January 22), before her funeral mass takes place on Tuesday.

Irish singer Dolores O'Riordan, the lead for the Cranberries, was found dead in a hotel in London on Monday, Jan. 15, during a recording trip, according to her representative.

The coroner overseeing the case, Shirley Radcliffe, noted that hearing will resume on April 3, the date for a full inquest.