Steamboat briefs: Corna death investigation continues; Slopeside to reopen this month

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The Port Chester, N.Y., Police Department's investigation into the death of Chris Corna continues, Lt. James Ladeairous said Thursday. Ladeairous said there are no updates on the investigation. Corna, who owned Slopeside Grill in Steamboat Springs, died in Port Chester on May 18. His death was ruled a suicide by the Westchester County Medical Examiner's Office.

Slopeside General Manager Camille Flynn said she plans to reopen the restaurant later this month.

"I'm just opening it as planned," Flynn said. "I get back on the 11th, and we'll know more then. Right now, we're just trying to get things together."

Flynn said Corna's parents own the restaurant. Phone messages left for Corna's mother and father were not returned Thursday. A message left for Corna's fiancee, Lisette Coen, also was not returned.

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Chad James 5 years, 3 months ago

Great job, Camille! The Big Guy would be very proud of you for opening back up!

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