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Intoxication, drowning killed Md. woman

Ocean City police say an autopsy shows a woman whose body was found on the beach earlier this month died of accidental drowning with complications from alcohol and drug intoxication.

Thirty-two-year-old Tara Chanise Taylor of Lanham was found unconscious on the beach on Oct. 2 and pronounced dead at Atlantic General Hospital.

Resort residents are reminded not to go into the water now that lifeguards have left.

-- WBOC-TV

By Washington Post Editors  | October 12, 2010; 8:07 AM ET
Categories:  Maryland, Pr. George's, Updates  
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This is truly sad. By 32, you have to be making better decisions than intoxication to the point you're making this bad of a choice.
I hope she didn't have any children who lost a mother over something this dumb.

Posted by: BigDaddy651 | October 12, 2010 3:48 PM | Report abuse

@ Bigdaddy651 to ansa yo question yes she had kid(s)... To be exact (9) kids and she was a good mother jus bcuz she made a decision to have fun one nite n party doesnt make her bitter or better to being a great mother!!! Yes i know her personaly n she waz a cute nd sexy mother!! I really think Tara is n a good place now, nd she was a great swimmer and life gaurd!

Posted by: Shawnbaydye | October 13, 2010 1:45 PM | Report abuse

@ Bigdaddy651 to ansa yo question yes she had kid(s)... To be exact (9) kids and she was a good mother jus bcuz she made a decision to have fun one nite n party doesnt make her bitter or better to being a great mother!!! Yes i know her personaly n she waz a cute nd sexy mother!! I really think Tara is n a good place now, nd she was a great swimmer and life gaurd!

Posted by: Shawnbaydye | October 13, 2010 1:46 PM | Report abuse

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