NORTHERN CAMBRIA - The Cambria County Coroner's office has ruled the April death of a Northern Cambria woman accidental.
Chief Deputy Coroner Jeff Lees said Amanda Sherry-Griffon, 30, died as a result of multiple drug toxicity.
Police said her body likely had been in a wooded area near Grace Street in Susquehanna Township for days, before being found the evening of April 19.
She was pronounced dead at the scene about 10 p.m.
Lees confirmed Cambria County Coroner Dennis Kwiatkowski's initial statement after Sherry-Griffon's autopsy, that there were no signs of foul play.
Police searched the home Sherry-Griffon shared with her boyfriend after her body was found and discovered "a
large amount of blood" in the bathroom.
A state police spokesman did not return calls for comment on Wednesday.
It remains unclear whose blood police found and under what circumstances it could have gotten there.
Lees said the blood was unrelated to her death and is still being investigated.