An autopsy found her death was due to “mechanical asphyxia due to compression of the chest and abdomen.” “The evidence demonstrates that CTT1 Collins’ death was a tragic accident due to unpredictable, sudden and intense weather conditions that caused the roof and chimney of a building to collapse on CTT1 Collins,” the investigator wrote. “Within the span of minutes, the weather transformed from a calm sunny day to extreme winds, strong enough to tear the roof from a chimney.” “A boat arrived approximately 5 hours later, and the team departed,” the report said. Collins grew up in Manchester, Missouri, and attended college at Stetson University, Eastern Florida State and Penn State, where she studied environmental sustainability, according to her obituary. “Robin proudly served in the United States Navy, which became her family away from home,” the obituary said. “She was so very close to all her coworkers, and they were always there for each other through thick and thin.” “She was fascinated by other cultures and immersed herself in new environments wherever her adventures took her.” This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
CTT1 Robin Nicole Collins died in 2021 during a secret mission in a country that Big Navy won’t identify, citing operations security. Team members said a sudden wind storm collapsed the roof/chimney the building they were operating out of, killing her.https://t.co/HULLrz1iwX— Geoff Ziezulewicz (@JournoGeoffZ) March 20, 2023