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Coroner finds 3 siblings at Western PA home died of COVID-19

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JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A county coroner says autopsy results in the death of three siblings at a home near Johnstown, Pennsylvania, indicate they all died from COVID-19.

Cambria County Coroner Jeff Lees said Wednesday the two men and a woman found in different locations on the property had died about five days before they were found in late October. They are 68-year-old Ruth Kinsey, 70-year-old Richard Kinsey and 72-year-old Donald Kinsey. They were found in the kitchen, the living room and in a camper on the property. Lees says he concluded they died of COVID-19 after toxicology and other test results.

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