The cause of death of John Travolta and Kelly Preston's son, Jett, will be determined by two pathologists. While bringing an update news in relation to the tragic death of Jett during the Travoltas' family vacation, The Associated Press reported that the Bahamian health minister, Dr. Hubert Minnis, stated a second, U.S.-certified pathologist will fly in at dawn Monday, January 5, to assist the autopsy.
On the using of two experts, Minnis reportedly said the decision was taken to guarantee a thorough assessment of the cause of death of the teenage boy. Not disclosing any specifics on the autopsy, Minnis further told the AP on Sunday, January 4, that he has informed John on the matter, "I have spoken to (Travolta) and informed him that the government is doing everything it can." He further claimed that the result of the autopsy will be known by the end of Monday, which is the scheduled date for the procedure.
On the same day, Michael McDermott, the family's attorney, has rejected the idea that Jett was left unsupervised on the day of the incident. "The police left the impression that the boy was unsupervised. No. There were two nannies with him for the entire evening. They made it seem like he was sent to the condo and nobody checked in on him until the next morning," he told The AP, adding, "(Jett) was spectacularly supervised."
The attorney, in addition, revealed that John has made preliminary funeral plans and he is trying to finish funeral arrangements. Furthermore, he suggested that the body of Jett may be flown by midweek to Ocala, Florida, where it is believed that Jett will be laid to rest. John Travolta and Kelly Preston have a house in Ocala.
Earlier, details of the reviving attempts have been let out through an interview with Marcus Garvey, the chief of the EMT. The Travoltas have also released statement over the loss of Jett in John's official site.