Jakelin Caal, the 7-year-old girl from Guatemala who perished in Border Patrol custody in El Paso, Texas, died of streptococcal sepsis, according to the El Paso medical examiner’s report. “The clinical course and autopsy findings are those of a rapidly progressive infection, with prompt systemic bacterial spread... resulting in multiple organ dysfunction and death,” the autopsy report reads. The manner of death was reported as “natural.” According to officials, agents did not have sufficient medical resources to immediately treat Caal when she suddenly became ill in December. The Border Patrol base where Caal was held is one of several bases the government previously found had contaminated drinking water. Some agents at the bases told investigators they refused to drink, wash their clothes or bathe in the water.