MEDFORD, Ore. — The Medford Police Department on Wednesday identified the man discovered dead in the wake of an RV fire in southwest Medford over the weekend.
Medford firefighters and police responded to reports of a fire in the 2100-block of Kings Highway on April 10 just after 6 p.m. When first responders reached the scene, they found a "small, older RV" fully engulfed in flames. After firefighters contained the fire, they discovered a body inside of the burned trailer.
On Wednesday, an autopsy was performed on the person, identified as 74-year-old Nick John Titta. The medical examiner determined that Titta died of carbon monoxide poisoning from smoke inhalation.
While Titta's manner of death was ruled as accidental, the cause of the fire is still undetermined. Titta lived alone in the fifth-wheel RV. Medford Police said that the investigation so far has produced no signs of foul play.