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Illinois Lotto Death Update

CHICAGO--The body of a Chicago man, who was poisoned with cyanide after winning the lottery, was exhumed this morning for an autopsy.

Authorities hope this will help solve the mystery surrounding his death.

The Cook County Medical Examiner's Office will take blood, tissue, bone, hair and nail samples.

They'll also examine the lungs, liver, spleen and contents of the stomach and intestines.

Test on Urooj Khan's organs also may determine whether the poison was swallowed, inhaled or injected.

The medical examiner said results from today's autopsy could take two to three weeks to get test results.