DEVELOPING: Army investigators said Monday they found no bullet wound and no foul play in the death of a soldier who died during a Skype video chat with his wife.
Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark's wife said her husband fell forward and she saw a bullet hole in the closet behind him, raising the question of whether he had been shot.
But Christopher Grey, a spokesman for the Army Criminal Investigation Command, said Monday that no bullet wound was found in Clark's body.
Grey said an autopsy is being done to determine the cause of death.
Clark's family had released a statement describing what his wife saw in the video feed recording her husband's death in Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan.
"Clark was suddenly knocked forward," the statement said. "The closet behind him had a bullet hole in it. The other individuals, including a member of the military, who rushed to the home of CPT Clark's wife also saw the hole and agreed it was a bullet hole."
The statement said the Skype link remained open for two hours on April 30 as family and friends in the U.S. and Afghanistan tried to get Clark help.
"After two hours and many frantic phone calls by Mrs. Clark, two military personnel arrived in the room and appeared to check his pulse, but provided no details about his condition to his wife," the statement said.
In the statement, Susan Orellana-Clark said she was providing details of what she saw "to honor my husband and dispel the inaccurate information and supposition promulgated by other parties."
Clark, 43, grew up in Michigan and previously lived in Spencerport, N.Y., a suburb of Rochester, his wife's hometown. He joined the Army in 2006 and was stationed in Hawaii before he was assigned to the medical center in El Paso, Texas. He deployed to Afghanistan in March.
Clark's body was returned Thursday to Dover Air Force Base.
He is survived by his wife and two daughters, ages 3 and 9.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.