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Coroner: Autopsy of Clymer woman, 66, reveals no physical trauma

February 2, 2014

CLYMER — An autopsy completed Saturday on a 66-year-old Clymer woman found dead outside her home Friday did not reveal any physical trauma, according to a release issued by Indiana County Corner Jerry L. Overman.

According to the updated release, issued Saturday, the final results on the cause and manner of death of Janice Marie Keith are pending toxicology testing.

Keith was discovered in the snow outside her Spruce Avenue residence in Clymer on Friday morning, nude from the waist down.

A call was placed to Indiana County 911 at 10:12 a.m. on Friday reporting the incident.

Chief Deputy Coroner Chad E. Dill pronounced Keith dead at the scene at 11:20 a.m. Friday.

Pennsylvania State Police from the Indiana Barracks and the Indiana County District Attorney’s Office also investigated the incident.

The autopsy was completed at UPMC Altoona.

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