An autopsy has not revealed what killed a 16-year-old girl who died Friday after being beaten by a group of girls outside an Omaha fast-food restaurant.
Omaha police spokeswoman Cathy Martinec says further tests will be needed to determine what caused Chastity Wright's death. Martinec says no arrests had been made in the death.
Officers say they were called to the Burger King parking lot in South Omaha at about 12:30 p.m. Friday. When officers arrived, Wright was on the ground and was not breathing.
She was taken to the University of Nebraska Medical Center where she died. Witnesses say they saw at least five girls beating Wright, while several other watched.
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