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Police Rule Out Triple Murder of Hagerstown Mom, Two Daughters

Hagerstown City Police have ruled out the possibility that the woman and her two children who were found dead inside their parked vehicle at Western Heights Middle School Monday were killed by someone else.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Md. - Hagerstown City Police have ruled out the possibility that the woman and her two young daughters who were found dead inside their parked vehicle at Western Heights Middle School Monday were killed by someone else. 

Investigators say they hope the toxicology tests will show whether the 32-year-old woman deliberately killed herself and her children, or if they accidentally died in the closed vehicle in the heat. 

Police hope to release the names of the three victims after they've notified the woman's immediate family members. 

As we've reported, the woman was originally from Guyana but recently moved to Hagerstown, Md., from West Virginia. 

The investigation remains ongoing. 


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