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(NECN/WTVT: Tampa, Fla.) - Autopsy results on the body of television pitchman Billy Mays, 50, could be released as early as Monday afternoon. Mays' body was found at his Tampa home on Sunday. Mays' wife, Deborah, told police she called 911 when she found him unresponsive. Mays was among the passengers on board US Airways Flight 1241 when <A HREF="http://www.necn.com/Boston/Nation/2009/06/27/Tire-blows-planes-nose/1246147920.html" target="_blank">it made a hard landing at Tampa International Airport Saturday</A>, after a tire blew out as the aircraft touched down. "All of a sudden as we hit, you know it was just the hardest hit," Mays said at the airport on Saturday. "The things from the ceiling started dropping and it hit me on the head, but I got a hard head." Mays' wife told investigators the TV personality did not feel well before he went to bed that night. Tampa police spokeswoman Laura McElroy said linking Mays' death to the rough landing Saturday afternoon would "purely be speculation." Mays' bearded persona was familiar to viewers of late night television, where he was frequently seen pitching everything from cleaning products to mini-burgers to a backyard auger. ABC News took <A HREF="http://www.necn.com/Boston/Arts-Entertainment/2009/06/28/Mays-built-career-with-booming/1246224743.html" target="_blank">a look at how Mays built his career from a salesman on the Atlanic City boardwalk</A>. <i>Material courtesy of WTVT. Some material from The Associated Press used in this report.</i>