Update: No Signs Of Trauma To Body Of Woman Found Dead On Porch

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Updated: 7/11/2012 7:34 pm
The Garrard County Coroner said Wednesday that preliminary autopsy results show no signs of trauma to the body of Angela Salata, 47, who was found dead on her porch Tuesday afternoon.

The Coroner said the body was badly decomposed after being outside on the porch for at least 2-3 days. 

Salata was found by her sister at the home on Ridgecrest Road.

The Coroner said he's waiting on toxicology results before determining a cause and manner of death.  The results could take weeks.

State Police are investigating the death.

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