• Dennis McCaslin

Autopsy results finally released on body located in submerged SUV back in February


Officials in McCurtain County have released details concerning a body located inside a submerged SUV in February at Broken Bow Lake is that proved to be a 24-year-old who was reported missing on February 7.


According to a report on an autopsy that was performed in Tulsa the victim was. Alyssa Walker-Donaldson, who was last seen alive leaving a bar along Hwy. 259 on February 5.


According to online information, Walker-Donaldson's body was identified by family members on February 11 and the autopsy information released this week was just a formaility.


Walker-Donaldson's blood alcohol was measured at 200 milligrams per deciliter. Consuming one or two drinks can typically lead to a blood alcohol level of 20 to 30 milligrams per deciliter, while levels of 300 to 400 milligrams per deciliter can lead to coma or death.


The cause of death was accidental drowning and police hypothesize the woman accidentally ran off the road into the lake.


No physical abnormalities were noted in the report. X-rays revealed no fractures and no signs of trauma were noted, which led officials to the conclusion that no foul play was involved.


A single mother of one, Walker-Donaldson was a 2015 graduate of Idabel High School and also 2015 Miss McCurtain County In school she played basketball, softball and was also a track star.



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