Autopsy Report Released in Death of Ted Koppel's Son
NEW YORK -- The New York City medical examiner says the son of former ABC News anchor Ted Koppel died from a lethal dose of alcohol plus illegal and prescription drugs.

Andrew Koppel's death was ruled an accident.

The medical examiner says he died from acute intoxication due to the combined effects of alcohol, heroin, cocaine and the generic form of the painkiller Valium.

The 40-year-old Koppel had been out drinking with a man he met at a Manhattan bar May 30.

He was taken up to an apartment to sleep it off.

The woman who lives in the apartment said it was four hours before anyone realized he was dead.