Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins had 10 different substances in his system when he died, Colombian authorities said on Saturday.

Preliminary toxicological tests on Hawkins’ body found 10 psychoactive substances and medicines, according to Colombia’s attorney general. The urine toxicological test performed by Colombian officials discovered marijuana, opioids, tricyclic antidepressants, and benzodiazepines, the statement from the attorney general’s office said.

Taylor Hawkins’ exact cause of death was not announced by authorities.

The National Institute of Forensic Medicine and attorney general’s office will continue to investigate the death of the immensely popular musician who died at the age of 50.

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“The National Institute of Forensic Medicine continues the medical studies to achieve total clarification of the events that led to the death of Taylor Hawkins,” the statement said. The attorney general’s office said it will investigate the drummer’s cause of death in a “timely manner.”

The Bogota municipal government said the city’s emergency center had received a report of a patient with “chest pain” on Friday night and sent an ambulance. However, a private ambulance had already arrived at the Four Seasons Hotel Bogota Casa Medina located in the neighborhood of Chapinero in Bogotá.

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