Excessive Heat Warning issued July 19 at 9:35PM EDT until July 20 at 8:00PM EDT by NWS Wilmington (details ...)
...EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM EDT SATURDAY... * HEAT INDEX VALUES...105 to 110 on Saturday due to temperatures in the mid 90s and dewpoints in the mid 70s. * TIMING...Through Saturday evening. Very little relief is expected tonight with low temperatures only falling into the middle and upper 70s. * IMPACTS...Heat stroke, heat exhaustion and other heat related illnesses will be possible, especially if you spend a significant amount of time outdoors, or are involved in any strenuous outdoor activity. The cumulative impacts of heat on the human body can be significant when consecutive days of excessive heat occur.
76° 76° Sat 95° Sat 95° 76° 76° Sun 89° Sun 89° slight chance likely
Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Local woman's death attributed to heart attack

By Kathy Thompson
COLDWATER - The death of a Coldwater woman found in her apartment in August has been attributed to arterioscierotic cardiovascular disease or a heart attack, according to the Montgomery County Coroner's Office.
The body of Angela M. Broerman, 47, 415 S. First St., was found Aug. 10 when her relatives arrived at her first-floor apartment after not hearing from her for several days.
Chief Jason Miller released the autopsy findings early this morning but no further details.
Medics were called to the home Aug. 10 and indicated Broerman may have been dead for several days. Miller said the last reported contact with Broerman was 10 days prior to the discovery of her body.
Two Coldwater detectives and an investigator form the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation were assigned to the case, Miller said. Miller had also sent items from the house to the BCI lab but has not received those results, he said.
Miller said the case remains open pending those results. He said anyone with information about Broerman's death should contact him at 419-678-2356.
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