A mixture of alcohol and medication caused the death of a cowboy during Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Marty Luna, the Laramie County Coroner, released the coroner report on Broc Cresta, which says his death has been ruled an accident. Oxycodone and alcohol were found in Cresta's blood, which the report say caused "central nervous system suppression."
Broc Cresta (25) was a PRCA Team Roper competing at the 2012 Cheyenne Frontier Days. He was the 14th ranked team roping heeler in the PRCA standings. He also won the 2008 Cheyenne Frontier Days Team Roping title with his partner Logan Olson.
After Cresta was found dead in his trailer, CFD Chairman Rod Hottle issued a statement calling Cresta "an outstanding athlete and more importantly a great young man."
The Coroner's Docket is attached as the photo above.