Coroner Releases Name of Woman Found in Golf Course Creek

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Updated: 5/10/2013 3:23 pm
The coroner said Nancy Braun, 56, died from hypothermia and drowning.

A employee searching for golf balls at Picadome Golf Course found Braun's body Thursday in a creek near the 18th hole.

Lexington Police said Braun's family reported her missing last week.

The coroner said when Braun was found, she was wearing a medical bracelet. 
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