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Florida mom, young twins found in car died in murder-suicide

The cause of death for a Florida mom and her young twins, whose bodies were all found in a car earlier this year, has been identified as a murder-suicide.

Olivia and Adam Dryer, both 3, died of methamphetamine toxicity after their mother, 35-year-old Andrea Langhorst, caused the tots to fatally overdose in late March, according to autopsy reports by Brevard County medical examiners, as obtained Monday by People.

The autopsy notes that Langhorst herself then died of meth and cocaine intoxication which the corners rules a suicide, according to the outlet.

After the family was found in a parking lot in Melbourne, about 70 miles southeast of Orlando, shortly after 11 p.m. on March 20, Longhorst’s father Randy Longhorst told the outlet, “It’s a really difficult time.

“We’re just playing the waiting game to get closure on it, to see what exactly happened,” he noted, at which point it was already believed the family had died around the same time. “I just know they were in the car in the heat of Florida for a few days.”

After learning the results of the autopsy — performed two days after the horrific discovery — he said the family would be able to “be at peace a little more, knowing what happened.”

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