VIDEO: Footage Of Hotel Staff In Freezer Area Near Time Of Kenneka Jenkins Disappearance Story… Following the police report that Jenkins had died after inadvertently entering a commercial kitchen freezer at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel and Conference Centre in Rosemont, Illinois, the circumstances surrounding her death attracted international notice. A postmortem examination identified hypothermia as the cause of death, with alcohol and a medication used to treat migraines and epilepsy being “significant contributing factors.”
Kenneka Jenkins left for a late-night party on the ninth floor of the hotel, but he never came back, leading Jenkins’s family to begin a desperate search. Her body was discovered within the walk-in freezer over twenty-four hours later.
According to the lawsuit, around 3:32 a.m., security footage showed Jenkins staggering through the hotel, going into a “abandoned” kitchen, and turning a corner in the direction of a walk-in freezer.
When they first left the room at 4 a.m., friends informed Martin that they had not seen her kid. The lawsuit claimed that when Martin contacted the hotel, they informed him that they would examine the security tape.
Kenneka Jenkins is thought to have entered the freezer, but her body was not discovered for more than 21 hours.
The CCTV footage was examined for the first time when police arrived at the hotel to conduct an investigation. The lawsuit stated that the security or hotel officials had not viewed the recordings.
According to the lawsuit, the hotel should have kept a closer eye on the security cameras, as doing so “would have saved her life.”
When Jenkins left the party on September 9, 2017, at around one in the morning, witnesses said police they lost sight of her when she went to get her phone and car keys from a different room.
Kenneka Jenkins went missing at around 2:30 in the morning, and her friends and relatives were alerting hotel personnel to the situation.
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