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Coroner: Radio personality Kidd Kraddick died of heart disease

Jefferson, La. - The Jefferson Parish Coroner's Office has released preliminary results in the death of popular radio host "Kidd" Kraddick.

An investigator for the coroner's office says Kraddick died of heart disease.

The results are preliminary and toxicology results are still pending.

Colleagues paid tribute to the 53-year old Monday morning on his talk show.

Kraddicks' morning show was heard in nearly 100 cities across the country

Saturday, 53-year old Kraddick attended a golf tournament that benefited terminally ill children where he said he was feeling sick.

An ambulance took him to Ochsner West Bank where he died.

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