The orthodontist dr. Jim Raman, who participated in the 25th season of the CBS Reality Competition, The Amazing Race, died at the age of 42 in his hometown of South Carolina.
Raman and his wife Misti finished second in the 2014 competition. The authorities responded to a call at his home and said he was declared dead on arrival, according to spokesman for Lexington County sheriff, Captain Myrick.
: "There is nothing suspicious or criminal involved in the case you refer to it, and out of compassion and respect for the family my office will not comment on it," said Margaret Fisher, coroner of the Sherington district.
Raman and his wife had their own dentist business, Irmo Smiles, and the company sent its own testimony to the death penalty. "While our staff and family are preparing for the celebration of Dr. Raman's life, please join us in praying This difficult time for peace and comfort, your patience is greatly appreciated when we give Dr. Misti Raman time to complain about the loss of her loving husband. "