The death of a woman whose body was found last summer in the Bear River has been ruled an accident, authorities announced Friday. Utah's State Medical Examiner said 26-year-old Nicole Barlow drowned in the river because of acute morphine and methamphetamine toxicity, Box Elder County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Dale Ward said in a news release. An autopsy found no evidence of trauma, the release states. A fisherman found Barlow, of Brigham City, floating in the Bear River about a quarter-mile north of the Corinne boat ramp about 8:45 p.m. on June 25, 2016. Investigators initially deemed Barlow's death... [Read More]
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