Twin sisters, 97, die in cold outside Rhode Island home

Twin sisters, 97, die in cold outside Rhode Island home

Twin sisters, 97, die in cold outside Rhode Island home

Barrington police responded to a Saturday morning call that an elderly woman was lying face-down in her driveway and discovered Martha Williams.

Investigators do not suspect foul play in the death of the women, who went out for dinner for their 89-year-old sister on Friday. "Ms. Haley may have tripped on a rug on the floor of the garage as she attempted to enter her house to call for assistance".

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The twins were found dead outside their Rhode Island, US home. Their younger sister also lived in Barrington, but not as close as the twins lived to each other. All three went to Haley's Opechee Drive home at about 8:30 p.m. He said the women were outside for 12 hours before the neighbor found them. Martha and her twin 97-year-old sister Jean Haley froze to death Saturday, March 4, 2017, after they fell outside Jean's home in Barrington, R.I., and were stranded there during one of the coldest nights of the winter.

LaCross said that both were taken to the hospital in critical condition.

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They were both found outside Jean's home, with Martha face down near her auto in the driveway and Jean's body in the garage.

Barrington Police Chief John M. LaCross offered his condolences to the victims' families Sunday.

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Though cold temperatures are believed to have played a role, the cause of death has not been determined, police said. A neighbor found them Saturday morning. As the temperature dipped below zero, the night grew colder.

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