An autopsy reveals the shocking truth behind the mysterious deaths of a mother and two children

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Officials have revealed the cause of death of a Florida mother and her 3-year-old twin child who were found dead in a parked car in March.

According to an autopsy report from a medical examiner in Breward County, Andrea Langhorst35, gave her children, Olivia And Adam DryerA fatal overdose before the apparent suicide.

Medical examiners have ruled that the official cause of death for Olivia and Adam was methamphetamine poisoning and that their deaths have been ruled as homicide. Langhurst, meanwhile, died of meth and cocaine addiction, and an autopsy ruled his death a suicide.

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The news comes months after the family was found in a car parked in a parking lot in Melbourne after 11:00 pm local time on March 20. Andrea’s father, Randy LanghurstAs mentioned earlier People Tragedy:

“It simply came to our notice then. We’re just waiting for it to stop, to see exactly what happened. “

Randy added that the family hoped the autopsy and toxicology results would “stop” the sudden death of their trio, which was still a mystery. He explained:

“I know they’ve been in the car for a few days in the heat of Florida. We didn’t have to identify the bodies, the police were able to do that with the pictures we provided. I can’t imagine myself or my ex-wife having to do this … Before I guess anything, I just want to wait until we have to tell all the authorities about the cause of her death, and then our family can be at peace a little more, Knowing what happened. “

In the wake of their deaths, Randy made a start GoFundMe To provide “grief support services” to other family members. Read the page, which collected more than 7 1,700:

“This page is in honor of my daughter and grandchildren, Andrea Langhorst and her beloved twins, Adam and Olivia Dryer. For those who are looking for a grant or a way to help in any way, any grant will go a long way toward helping family members who need mourning support services. This unexpected loss was a tragic tragedy and the family is broken, everyone is suffering from trauma and is still waiting for the answer. On behalf of the families of Randy Langhurst, Sue Ryan and Bobby and Mary Lou Dryer, we thank you for your support.

We hope this report has put loved ones off their need. Of course, it’s still all so sad.

If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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