Autopsy results show W.Va. woman drowned
WILLIAMSPORT - The 39-year-old West Virginia woman whose car went into the Potomac River on Jan. 31 died of drowning, according to preliminary autopsy reports.
"We don't know whether it was an accident or suicide," said Investigator Kenny Barnhart of the Washington County Sheriff's Department.
And that determination might never be made, Barnhart said Monday.
The autopsy revealed Cindy L. Kegley's blood alcohol level was .18, Barnhart said. That's nearly twice the legal limit in Maryland.
Earlier, investigators ruled out foul play in the death of Kegley, whose body was found Feb. 2 inside a submerged car in the Potomac River.