Mohammad Asadi Lari Passed Away | Cause of Death
Mohammad Lari Death & Obituary: It with so much sadness that friends and families of late Lari announced the death on social media.
Mohammad Lari passed away January 8, 2020. We are not sure of the death age. Friends, relatives and concerned individuals are painfully mourning the unexpected passing of the deceased.
InsideEko learnt about this death news through a social media post.
Mourning the loss of one of our own, Mohammad Asadi-Lari, today. We are heartbroken by this profound loss for our team, and for the community at large. We are sending our thoughts to all of Mohammad’s family and friends ❤️ pic.twitter.com/6MEUvDfcSN
— University of Toronto Medical Society (@UofTMedSoc) January 9, 2020
Our prayers are with families of the deceased and everyone mourning the death.
More details about this death and what really happened has not been released.
Mohammad Lari Cause Of Death
The cause of death is linked to plane crash. We are looking out for more details and circumstances surrounding the death. We will make update this post once we have new details available on this.
Tributes made Mohammad Lari:
Mohammad Lari was a brilliant MD/PhD student, passionate advocate for youth in 🇨🇦 + the 🌍, and was an incredibly kind soul. It was a privilege to work with him. I am so incredibly sad that his life has been lost with #Flight752.
Sharing his last talk:https://t.co/egDgYl97N6
— Morrell Andrews 🇨🇦 (@MorrellAndrews) January 8, 2020
We are sad to announce that resulting from the plane crash in Iran we lost a valued member of our Youth Advisory Group, Mohammad Asadi-Lari, along with his sister Zeynab. Our sincere condolences to their family and friends. Please see attached for our full statement. pic.twitter.com/6gsfy1TNWa
— CCUNESCO (@CCUNESCO) January 8, 2020
— Nishila Mehta (@NishilaMehta) January 8, 2020
The enormous loss of scientific and clinical expertise in Canada from the the UIA752 crash cannot be quantified. I have lost Mohammad Asadi Lari, a colleague from the 3M fellowship. Look at these photos- beautiful and brilliant minds, lost. https://t.co/3BFbGnrFGg
— Martha Paynter (@MarthPaynter) January 9, 2020
Tragic news of the plane crash in Iran and the loss of so many lives, including, amongst them many Canadian academics. @STLHE has informed us that Mohammad Asadi Lari, a recent 3M National Student Fellow is among the victims. So sad.
— Alice Cassidy (@ALEVCassidy) January 9, 2020