Maryland Guyanese mother, daughters died of heatstroke – autopsy

Two months after a Guyanese mother and her two young daughters were found dead in a car in Maryland, a US medical examiner has finally determined that the trio died from accidental heatstroke.

Allison Pluck, 32, and her daughters Shania Gill, 18 months, and Shameka Gill, 6 months were found dead on June 16 in a car that had been parked in front of a school in Hagerstown, Maryland.

The formal cause of death was hyperthermia and environmental heat exposure, an ABC7News report said. According to Bruce Goldfarb, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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