Royal Caribbean cruise ship death autopsy results expected soon
BALTIMORE (AP) - Autopsy results are expected to be released soon in the death of a woman aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship.
FBI Baltimore field office spokesman Rich Wolf says the cause of death remains unexplained. He says no one is in custody or suspected in the death and that everyone interviewed has been cooperative.
The 64-year-old woman from Midlothian, Va., was traveling on the Enchantment of the Seas. Her husband found her dead inside her cabin Sunday, and FBI agents met the cruise when it arrived in Baltimore on Monday morning.
Wolf says the woman's husband was interviewed and provided a detailed account about her medical condition, health and other circumstances.
A spokesman for the medical examiner's office says the cause and manner of death might be released later Wednesday.
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