HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — The Maryland medical examiner’s office says a woman who died along with her two young daughters in a hot car in June most likely had a mental illness that kept her from leaving or cooling the vehicle.
The autopsy information obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press describes paranoid behavior observed by Allison Pluck’s family members.READ MORE: Inside The Case: How Federal Agents Built Their Investigation Into Catherine Pugh's 'Healthy Holly' Book Scandal
The report also says Pluck behaved oddly at a Walmart on the morning of the day she and her children died in a middle school parking lot in Hagerstown.READ MORE: 3 Dead In Domestic-Related Laurel Shooting, Child Hospitalized
The 32-year-old Guyana native was found along with 18-month-old Shania Gill and 6-month-old Shameka Gill in Pluck’s unlocked car in June. The windows were closed and the ignition was off. The report estimates that the car’s interior temperature reached 120 degrees.MORE NEWS: Police Continue To Investigate Woodlawn Shooter's Background, Neighbors Say They Have Been Complaining For Years
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